Sierra Leone and AGF Aarhus winger, Mustapha Bundu has been linked with four European clubs AS Monaco, Lille, Anderlecht and Trabzonspor are all after the signature of the 22-year-old.
Bundu’s AGF deal is set to runs out in summer of 2021 and is yet to pen a new deal with the Danish Superliga team.
The Sierra Leone international has scored eight goals, and five assists in 20 matches played in this campaign.
His firm form has attracted interest from French duo; AS Monaco- who want to sign and send him out on loan in Belgium- while Lille eager to add him to their ranks, according to several reports from Denmark.
Also, Belgium side, Anderlecht have joined the chase for the offensive player so do Turkish giant, Trabzonspor who are said to be keen on having him on loan from his Danish side, AGF.
Bundu who was on holiday in Freetown is said to be weighing out his options remain undecided were next to go as he is still under a contract with the Danish club, but any big money offer could tempt the Superleague side to sell.
In September 2016, the Sierra Leonean youngster signed a one-year loan deal with Danish top-flight league club with an option to extend his contract. The deal for the former Craig Bellamy Foundation (CBF) player came after he successfully underwent a weeklong trial with the Danish club.
Three months later, the Danish Superliga team said confirmed on their website that the Sierra Leone youngster has signed a new four-year extension deal until summer 2021 saying the player has an indisputable potential.
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