Montpellier forward Anthony Mounier seems set to leave his current employers at the end of the season, Le 10 Sport has suggested.
The highly rated footballer has just one year left on his deal with la Paillade and following a thoroughly impressive season, he has no shortage of suitors.
While Saint Etienne remain keen on his services, the likes of Watford and Genoa are also considering bids for the 27-year-old.
Montpellier coach Rolland Courbis admitted in an interview with Radio Monte Carlo that Mounier would probably be leaving in the summer transfer window.
Mounier had come through the youth ranks at Lyon’s famous youth academy, while he also played for Nice before joining la Paillade three years ago.
The talented footballer is currently enjoying the most successful season in his professional career, having scored 9 goals and set up another 8 in 36 Ligue 1 starts, with his spell at La Mosson clearly drawing to a clause.