Out of contract in the summer, Romain Saïss’ situation at Wolverhampton Wanderers is catching the eye of more than one club.

The Wolves defender, who can also play a bit further up the pitch if needed, has been at Molineux since 2016, and while he extended his contract with the Premier League club last year by an extra season, he doesn’t appear to be prepared to do the same once again.

Currently with the Morocco national team, the 31-year-old was asked about his future, which L’Equipe covered on Friday morning, before seemingly adding a bit of information of their own.

Following the statement from the Wolverhampton Wanderers player that he ‘wasn’t shutting any door’, the French newspaper explain he is ‘followed by many clubs’, originating from Spain, Germany and Turkey, while a return to France also cannot be excluded.

They name Real Betis, Villarreal, Wolfsburg, Marseille, Lyon, Rennes and Strasbourg as keen on the Wolves man, but there will be more than that, since none of those are Turkish.

That means at least seven clubs want Saïss, which is a nice little queue for a versatile player who has shown both loyalty and resilience in England, remaining a key player for the Molineux side over the years.