Club Brugge are said to value star forward Emmanuel Dennis at €30m, with Leicester among the teams allegedly interested in doing business with the Belgian side.
The 22-year-old shot to prominence earlier this season in the Champions League, when he scored twice against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu to earn his side a 2-2 draw. He also celebrated his goals with Cristiano Ronaldo's rubbish jump and twirl celebration.
Dennis is also said to be interesting other Premier League clubs like Manchester United, Arsenal, Manchester City, Brighton and Southampton, while Monaco, Lyon and Fenerbahce have also been linked.
Now, as revealed by Foot Mercato, Brugge's valuation has been made public. The report states the Belgian side "hope for no less than €30m," given that the Nigeria international still has three years left on his current contract.
It is also reported that Manchester United were present in some capacity at Stade Jan-Breydel last week to watch Dennis in action as he scored in a 3-0 victory over KV Mechelen.
Whether United's apparent interest - the report adds that representatives of the Premier League club have entered talks with Philippe Clement's side - will result in anything firmer remains to be seen.
However, Brugge allegedly accept they have a player on their hands who "will inevitably be difficult to keep during the next summer transfer window".
Dennis' form has helped Club Brugge establish an eight point gap at the top of the Jupiler League, with the former Zorya Luhansk forward scoring four goals in 13 appearances so far this season.