Arsenal and Manchester City are considering a move for Ghana midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah after he impressed at the World Cup, according to reports.
Asamoah played well in South Africa as the Ghanaian side stormed into the quarter finals, flying the flag for the continent on the way.
The 21-year-old, who currently plays for Udinese has reportedly attracted attention from a number of managers around Europe, including Arsene Wenger and Roberto Mancini.
His agent, Claudio Vagheggi told Sport.co.uk: “There is interest from a number of clubs.
“A move to the Premier League is a possibility for the player, but he has four-years left on his contract with Udinese.
“There are two or three clubs from the Premier League interested in Asamoah. Manchester City and Arsenal are the two most important clubs.
“He is happy to play in the Premier League and I think he would do very well there,” Vagheggi added.
Asamoah is not the only player the Italian club are expecting bids for either, as Alexis Sanchez also played well during the tournament and has been previously linked with Manchester United.