Slovakia's Ondrej Duda celebrates after scoring their first goal
Duda, 21, left Slovakian side Kosice back in February 2014, as he made the move to Poland with Legia Warsaw - and he hasn't looked back since.
With 16 goals in 94 games for Legia, Duda has had an impressive scoring record in Poland, and the playmaker showed what he can do on the big stage this summer with Slovakia at Euro 2016.
Duda came off the bench to make a huge impact in Slovakia's first game of the competition against Wales, scoring an equaliser to make it 1-1 before Wales eventually won - and even in an unfamiliar striking role against Russia, Duda showed great promise.
Unsurprisingly, his displays in France appear to have attracted major interest, with the Daily Star claiming that Arsenal, Manchester United and West Ham United are all lining up moves for the attacking midfielder.
It's believed that Duda would cost around £5m, and the Premier League trio are now weighing up whether to meet that price and bring Duda to England, with the Slovakian seen as one for the future.
However, if any of the three are to make a move for Duda, they need to do it quickly. Speculation in Italy has been rife that Duda will sign for Fiorentina in the near future, with Tutto Mercato Web reporting that a deal is 'well underway' and could be sealed later this week.
Compared to international team-mate and Napoli star Marek Hamsik, Duda should have a bright future ahead of him, and it now remains to be seen whether Arsenal, Manchester United or West Ham United make their move for Duda this summer..
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