Lille director Frederic Pacquet says a fourth club have entered the race for Belgian winger Eden Hazard.
The 21-year-old is one of Europe's hottest properties and is expected to make a move to the Premier League this summer.
Hazard revealed after his final appearance for the Ligue 1 side that he was set to join Chelsea, Manchester City or Manchester United, however a fourth side are also reportedly interested.
"I am not sure he knows himself where he will go, so for the moment, we don't know," he told Sky Sports.
"From my knowledge he has four teams interested in buying him. It is not up to us to tell to him [where to go].
"We have a very strong relationship with the player, we will work together and we are waiting for him to make a choice between these four teams."
If from the Premier League, the most likely team to make a move for Hazard would be Arsenal, who with Champions League qualification under their belt would be confident of bringing the winger to north London.
Both Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool, while they're likely to have the funds available will be hamstrung by their ability to only offer Europa League football next term.
Furthermore, Chelsea, City and United, as well as possessing Champions League football can profess to have the best chance of winning the Premier League next season.
Chelsea won the Champions League after a thrilling final against Bayern Munich, while City and United went toe to toe for the Premier League, with Roberto Mancini's side eventually coming out on top.
The story surrounding Hazard's next destination is likely to become the transfer window saga of the summer, with the hopes of many sides hinging on bringing the Belgium international to the club.
The starlet scored 20 goals in 44 games for Lille this season, including a hat-trick on his final appearance against Nancy.
After winning the title in the 2010/11 season, Lille have struggled to keep pace with champions Montpellier and Paris St Germain after losing both Yohan Cabaye and Gervinho to Newcastle United and Arsenal respectively.