Geoffrey Kondogbia admits he could be lured away from Lens this summer, with Juventus among those reported to be readying an approach.
The 19-year-old midfielder has become a first team regular at Lens this season, with the club prepared to put their faith in home-grown talent.
The problem for the Ligue 2 outfit will be retaining the services of their talented youngsters, with there little chance of the club returning to the top flight this season.
That means the likes of Kondogbia could be on the move once the transfer window reopens.
He concedes as much, with the France U19 international admitting that he would welcome the opportunity to test himself in one of Europe's top divisions.
"I'm very happy at Lens but there is a good chance that I will leave," Kondogbia told calciomercato.com.
"We'll evaluate everything at the end of the season.
"The interest fromJuventus? I know little about it, but I am honoured that my name is being linked with such an important side.
"Which league do I think would best suit my game? It is difficult to say. What is certain is that Serie A, La Liga and the Premier League are championships that I like a lot."