Reports have come in that a host of clubs are interested in the signature of Chiedozie Ogbene, who is currently a free agent at Championship side Rotherham United.
In recent weeks he has once again been linked to Swansea, while Club Brugge and Fenerbache have also shown interest.
Today, BBC reporter Rob Stanton tweeted that a number of other Championship clubs are interested in signing the 26-year-old attacker.
Stanton also confirmed that all three sides promoted from League One - Plymouth Argyle, Sheffield United, Ipswich - have 'registered an interest' in the Corkonian.
Ogbene bagged eight goals and four assists in 39 Championship appearances in the 2022/23 season, helping Rotherham avoid relegation with a 19th place finish.
Chiedozie Ogbene Has Plenty Of Potential Suitors
Hearing there will be a competitive market for Chiedozie Ogbene this summer, unsurprising given his time at #RUFC. Several teams in the Championship, including the newly promoted sides, and some from abroad, have registered an interest.
— Rob Staton (@robstaton) June 7, 2023
“We’ll put our best offer in front of Chieo,” said Rotherham manager Matt Taylor, who is eager to resign one of his best players.
“What a fantastic situation for him to be in. He’s got the security blanket of the best we can achieve and I know he’s got suitors elsewhere in the higher echelons of professional football. Full credit to him, he fully deserves it.”
Sheffield Wednesday manager Darren Moore also spoke about his side's promotion to the Championship and their transfer window goals.
"But we know it's not going to be easy and that there's some elite teams in there. We have to consistently move forward and with the recruitment process it's essential that we bring the right ones in to keep the continuity of the club moving forward.
"I'm so pleased for us all here that now we're in a league where everyone is eulogising about the excitement and what it brings in the Championship.
"We're in there now and rightly so. We want to build on the last two years at the club and go into the Championship and put together a team that can compete and do well in the Championship."