France U19 skipper Gueida Fofana has invited offers from Europe's top clubs by hinting that he is open to a move.
The teenage midfielder led by example this summer as Les Bleus tasted U19 European Championship glory on home soil.
A number of commanding displays have drawn inevitable attention, with his future now the subject of much discussion.
Fofana, who made the breakthrough at Le Havre last season, still has one year left to run on his current contract, but could be tempted to try his luck elsewhere.
He claims to be aware of the mounting interest in his services, with the likes of Liverpool, Barcelona and Chelsea all reported to be keen, and admits it would be difficult to turn down such a high-profile switch.
"I am feeling great after winning the Euros, we played really well and deserved to win," Fofana told skysports.com.
"I have heard that there are teams interested in me, but nothing concrete has come out as yet.
"If I have to leave here (Le Havre), I want to make sure it is on good terms."