Het Laatste Nieuws understands that Schalke are among clubs keeping close tabs on Slask Wroclaw winger Waldemar Sobota.
The Miners have been looking to sign a left winger ever since Michel Bastos’ loan deal came to an end, but they have had no success so far.
Having previously shown interest in Basel’s Valentin Stocker, Schalke are also considering a move for Polish midfielder Waldemar Sobota.
The 26-year-old is also followed by Club Brugge, but there is every chance a move to German Bundesliga would be more appealing to the talented footballer.
Sobota is essentially a right winger, but can successfully operate on the left hand side, and the best thing here is he has a €1 million release clause in his contract.
The midfielder, who has 5 Poland caps to his name, joined Slask Wroclaw in 2010 from Kluczbork and has since scored 12 goals in 118 league appearances for the club.