Werder Bremen say they are looking for potential signings at Euro 2012, and Czech Republic defender Theodor Gebre Selassie could be top of their list.
General manager Klaus Allofs is going to Eastern Europe as the German side look for players to improve on their ninth place finish in the Bundesliga in 2011/12.
It is rumoured that Bremen are keeping a close eye on Gebre Selassie, who helped the Czech Republic secure place in the quarter-finals at the expense of Poland on Saturday.
Allofs told kicker-Sportmagazin: "I am going to travel to Euro 2012, of course I will. It is a fact we are always keeping tabs on several players.
"I am however, not going to make any comment on the names of those players."