A number of clubs are closely monitoring Serbian starlet Filip Kostic, with Tottenham reported to be among those keeping a close eye on the winger.
The 19-year-old currently plies his trade with Radnicki 1923, but he is not expected to hang around for long.
A move to a more high-profile division is said to be on the cards, with interest mounting ahead of the January transfer window.
Spurs are said to be admirers of the talented teenager, but Radnicki's sporting director has warned the Premier League giants that they are not the only side in the running.
"Scouts of many clubs have been following him in recent months," Zarko Pavlovic told Kragujevac.
"There are no secrets - we officially know about interest from Anderlecht, Groningen, Udinese and Porto. But I believe many other clubs have his name written down.
"There are talks every day, but we will not sell him for less than our valuation. We want €2million (£1.7m) for him and anybody that wants him will have to pay that sum.
"If you ask me, he will probably leave. He is a really great talent.
"We could also use the money to strengthen our team in many positions."