The interest in Ghana starlet Emmanuel Baffour is rapidly increasing, Sky Sports understands.
Bolton were one of the first European clubs to take a keen interest in Baffour, who is currently with New Edubiase United.
The 22-year-old finished as one of the top scorers in the Ghana Premier League and earlier this year he was handed his full international debut.
Baffour is now attracting attention from a host of clubs, and Sky Sports understands Premier League Stoke and Wigan have joined the clubs interested in him.
But the interest is not only coming from England as Standard Liege, Real Betis, Parma and FC Zurich are also closely following him.
Baffour's representative, Chris Nathaniel, admitted that his charge would like to continue his career in Europe.
"Emmanuel is flattered by the level of interest and would welcome the opportunity to develop his career in Europe," Nathaniel told Sky Sports.