Marcus Berg's agent claims the in-form Swedish striker is attracting interest, including from Premier League clubs.
The striker netted a superb hat-trick in Sweden's 5-1 win over Belarus in their opening game of the European U21 Championship.
It is believed that Eredivisie side FC Groningens are after a fee of €10 million for the talented marksman, which has not put off a number of English clubs according to Berg's agent Martin Klette.
"There are clubs that have been calling my people and (agent) Soren Lerby's people," Klette told Expressen.
"It is primarily Premier League clubs. We shouldn't make any big conclusions on that right now, but of course it is positive."
Meanwhile Berg was delighted to score a hat-trick so soon in the championship, telling Expressen: "It feels great to score three goals in the first game, it means a lot for my confidence."