Watford, Millwall, and League One sides Milton Keynes Dons and Sheffield United are all eyeing a move to sign Solihull Moors striker Omar Bogle, according to CitiBlog.
The 22-year-old only joined the Conference North side in 2012 but could be making a return to the Football League should a club be ready to make a gamble on the forward.
Bogle came through the Birmingham City academy and was playing in the reserves at the age of 16.
The Englishman moved to Scottish giants Celtic in January 2012 and featured for the under-19 but moved back into English football in the hope for more first team football, just months after joining the Glasgow side.
The 6ft 2 striker has established himself as a vital player at Solihull, having been the Moors’ top goalscorer last season with 19 goals in all competitions, so a hefty fee may be needed to give Bogle a Football League return.
Conference side Grimsby Town were also linked with the forward last summer but the potential fee was too much for a deal to materialise to sign the striker for the 2008 Johnstone Paint Trophy finalists.
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