According to Le10sport, Monaco are the latest club set to move for reported Leicester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers target Rayan Ait-Nouri.
The talented fullback is seemingly set to leave Angers this summer.
Angers sold Jeff Reine-Adelaide for a club record fee last summer in the region of £22 million. Ait-Nouri is expected to surpass that with several interested parties.
According to Footmercato, Manchester City, Wolves and Leicester head Premier League interest.
But the latest club set to make an offer for him is fellow French side Monaco.
The Principality club are making a dash under new manager Niko Kovac, first signing Axel Disasi and now moving for another of France’s highly-rated young players.
Ait-Nouri made 16 starts in Ligue 1 this term, providing two assists before the global health crisis prompted the French top-flight to finish early.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo told reporters how his side need a bigger squad following their Europa League quartrer-final defeat to La Liga side Sevilla.
The Molineux club harbour hopes of sustained European football. Ait-Nouri, 19, is a player with huge potential and the type of signing they should be seeking.
Leicester, meanwhile, may see the fullback as a possible replacement for Ben Chilwell.
The Foxes missed out on a spot in the Champions League on the final day of the campaign, making them vulnerable to losing some of their better players.
But if the latest reports are true, both clubs must act quickly if they are serious in their interest of Ait-Nouri.