The agent of Manchester United and Everton target Obbi Oulare told IBTimes UK that clubs in England are interested in signing the Club Brugge striker.
The Daily Mail reported that United and Everton scouts were in attendance to watch the 19-year-old in action during his side's clash against Anderlecht. Oulare equalised for Brugge, as they came from behind to win the tie 2-1 at the Jan Breydel Stadium.
The same report also suggested that Sunderland and Burnley, along with Bundesliga clubs Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen were in Belgium to watch him play on 19 April.
Oulare was promoted to Brugge's first team in 2014 and has been impressive in his debut season. His representative, Stijn Haeldermans, who is also the CEO of Kirola Sports, confirmed he has held conversations with "big clubs" in England and Germany.
"I am aware that the scouts of the top teams in England and Germany are watching Obbi Oulare. At this moment, I am in talks with some of the big clubs from these two competitive leagues as he has a very interesting profile," Haeldermans told IBTimes UK.
"He has made very good progress this season and if he continues to develop, he can become a top striker in one of the top leagues in the future."
"Obbi is a young player and is aware that scouts are watching him. On the other hand, he is very stable and is just focused on his game. As he performs, he will attract more interest," he added.
Brugge have made it to the Belgian Pro League's Championship Play-Off One and are leading the table with 38 points, with six games remaining in the play-offs. Haeldermans claimed that his immediate focus is to finish this season on a high and a decision on his future will be taken in the summer.
"At this moment, it is very important for Obbi to focus on the remaining games. Brugge are at the top of the [Championship Play-Off] table and have a very good chance of qualifying for next season's Champions League. He has three years left on his contract. After the season ends, we will evaluate with the situation," Oulare's agent said.
"I think for Obbi, he can fit in well in the Premier League and Bundesliga. He is a young player and it is important for him to make the right choice when he selects the next club. He needs to develop in order to become a top player," he added.