Nottingham Forest and Hull City are among the clubs keen on Hervin Ongenda, report FootMercato on Sunday.
The Championship clubs are join by a few others. Chievo Verona, Brescia and Ghent are mentioned, and there’s also said to be interest from unnamed clubs in Turkey and the Gulf states.
Ongenda is a 24 year old forward currently playing for Botosani in Romania’s top tier. His current contract lasts until June 2020, so it’s decision time this summer on whether to renew, leave, or see that deal run down.
France’s FootMercato believes the player’s transfer would be ‘affordable’ because of the contract situation, and there’s a good chance this information is coming from someone close to the Paris born player.
There’s a suggestion of quick movement on the potential transfer over the coming days, so Nottingham Forest and Hull City would likely have to do something about their interest soon.
Last season he played 37 matches, scored three goals and added five assists.
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