Lenny Nangis has hinted that both Everton and Tottenham are interested in acquiring his services.
The 19-year-old French striker has been touted as a star of the future after appearing eight times last season for Caen in Ligue 2, where he scored one goal.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Nangis said: "I am very happy with my form so far and I am looking forward to the U19 tournament in Lithuania.
"There are English clubs interested and also top French clubs, but I am very happy at Caen at the moment.
"Everton and Tottenham are top teams who make your head turn, but I need to focus on the upcoming championship."
Nangis is a youth international at every level up to U19s for France and boasts an impressive NINE goals in 20 appearances for the U17s.
The pacey attacker can play as either a striker or a winger and has shown that he is adept at both creating and scoring goals during his brief professional career so far.
He made his debut for Caen at the age of 18, coming on as a substitute against Brest in a 3-2 win.
And his form since has clearly been enough to attract the attention of new Everton boss Roberto Martinez and Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas as they look to add to their squads before the new season starts.
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