Earlier this year, we relayed news coming out of the Greek media that Manchester United and Brighton & Hove Albion are monitoring PAOK star Christos Tzolis.

It was also stated the Seagulls identified the 19-year-old as a target for the summer transfer window.

Operating on the left wing, the teenager has scored 16 goals and registered 10 assists in 44 matches this season for PAOK.

His talent and potential have garnered attention from European clubs, if claims made by journalist Ekrem Konur is to be believed.

On Thursday, Konur took on Twitter to state Graham Potter’s side, Club Brugge and Borussia Mönchengladbach are keen on the Greece international.

Embed from Getty Images

Fenerbahçe are also believed to be chasing the attacker, but the journalist states the Turkish side have not made contact for his signing.

The player’s current deal runs until 2024 and Konur claims PAOK will demand €15m to give the green light for his sale.

Time should tell if any of the clubs would be willing to meet the fee requested by PAOK for Tzolis.