Clubs from across Europe are keeping a close eye on Dnipro full-back Samuel Inkoom as his contract runs down.
West Ham United, Werder Bremen and Lyon have all been linked with the 24-year-old's services.
He is currently taking in a loan spell in Greece at Platanias after being freed to leave Russian outfit Dnipro.
His contract with his parent club will take him through possible involvement at the 2014 World Cup with Ghana, but will expire at the end of the calendar year.
With there the possibility of a deal being done in the not too distant future, Inkoom's representative admits that interest in his client is mounting steadily.
Christian Emile told Sky Sports: "Samuel is enjoying his time at Platanias, he is playing regular football at a good club.
"European clubs are already watching and monitoring his situation, as they know that after the World Cup he will only have six months remaining on his contract with Dnipro."