Liverpool and West Ham are believed to be among a host of European clubs tracking Real Madrid's Ghana starlet Daniel Opare.
Opare is regarded as one of Africa's brightest talents and was spotted by Real early on as he moved to the Spanish capital in 2007.
The Ghana youngster was tipped to make the breakthrough from their Castilla side last term, but injury hampered his progress.
Now fully fit, the versatile full-back, who can also play anywhere in midfield, is now set to be allowed to move on loan next season.
This has alerted a string of clubs from across Europe, with England very much a potential destination with both Liverpool and West Ham understood to be keen on taking him.
Also keen to snap him up are the likes of Lyon, PSV Eindhoven, Club Brugge, Buraspor and Steve McClaren's Wolfsburg.
The player's representative Chris Nathaniel has confirmedn that interest in Opare was significant.
"Daniel is fully fit again now and is ready to play next season," he told skysports.com. "Of course his injury means he will not be considered for Real's first-team but he hopes a spell on loan somewhere could help him come to the attention of Jose Mourinho.
"With that in mind, Daniel is now considering his options carefully as he has a number of options and he is already looking forward to pre-season training - wherever that may be."