FC Twente are considering a move for Jason Puncheon, skysports.com understands.
The highly-rated winger is currently on loan at MK Dons from Plymouth, but his form with Paul Ince's side has seen him attract interest from elsewhere.
A host of Championship clubs including Watford, Reading and Blackpool are thought to be keen, while League One promotion-hopefuls Leeds and Charlton are also believed to be keeping tabs on him.
However, Puncheon's form is also believed to have alerted former England coach Steve McClaren, who is now in charge at Twente.
Puncheon is on a season-long loan move and his agent Tony Finnigan confirmed any potential deal would need to be agreed by Plymouth and MK Dons.
"Jason is having a great season and is showing some great form, I have long believed he is one of the best left-footed attackers outside the Premier League and he is now showing that," Finnigan told skysports.com.
"I believe there is interest from a number of clubs, but at the moment Plymouth and MK Dons would have to agree to let him out of the current loan and then agree terms elsewhere.
"Jason is happy where he is, but if an offer is put to him then we would obviously have to consider it."