Franklin Sasere is attracting interest from a number of clubs from Belgium and the Netherlands, the Times of Malta can reveal.
The Nigerian striker enjoyed an impressive season with Malta champions Ħamrun Spartans after joining the Premier League club on loan from Swiss side Lugano.
During his spell at Ħamrun Spartans, Sasere became a key player for Mark Buttigieg’s team as the prolific Nigerian netted 14 goals for his club to help them secure their first Premier League title after an absence of 30 years.
The Spartans tried to keep hold of the towering Nigerian striker but could not match the demands of his parent club Lugano.
Now, Sasere is set to leave the Swiss side and his agent Gaetano Farrugio has confirmed to the Times of Malta that the player has attracted strong interests from a number of clubs.
In fact, Sasere was offered the chance to stay in the Swiss top division with Lucerne.
However, in the last few days he received an offer from a Belgian second division side and also from a club in the top division in Dutch football.
It is understood that Sasere’s future is expected to be settled in the next few days as he seeks to join a top club in Europe.