Emiliano Marcondes is attracting plenty of interest following his departure from Brentford, according to the Daily Mail.
Marcondes was one of three players to be let go by Brentford at the end of their contracts, with Henrik Dalsgaard and Luke Daniels also being released by the club.
Marcondes made 40 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring three goals and registering three assists.
The 26-year-old produced a man-of-the-match performance in the Championship play-off final, scoring the second goal in a 2-0 win over Swansea City.
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But Brentford have now made the decision to part ways with Marcondes, four years after arriving from Danish side Nordsjælland.
According to the Daily Mail, sides from England, Germany and France are all keen to sign Marcondes on a free transfer.
Ahead of the January transfer window, QPR, Norwich City and Nottingham Forest were said to be keen on signing the midfielder.
It remains to be seen, then, if any of those sides are the ones from England interested in signing him on a free this summer.
I could see Marcondes being a good signing for Forest in particular.
He may not have the goals or assists he perhaps would’ve wanted since joining Brentford, but he has real quality on the ball.
He has an eye for a pass and can play as a 10 or as an 8, which could make him a potentially useful option in Chris Hughton’s trusted 4-2-3-1 system.
On a free transfer, it’s definitely worth a punt and would be a shrewd piece of business.