Bristol City midfielder Han-Noah Massengo is being monitored by the likes of Wolves, Southampton, Bournemouth and Norwich City ahead of the summer transfer window, per Bristol Live.
Massengo has not always been a regular starter for the Robins so far this campaign, but in the last few weeks, Nigel Pearson has started to offer him more chances to perform from the start. The midfielder has been showing flashes of his potential and quality in recent weeks with his displays and he has so far this term and he has now made ten starts and 19 appearances (Sofascore).
It is believed that Premier League duo Southampton and Wolves have been watching the midfielder in recent weeks and have been impressed with what they have been seeing. While Norwich and Bournemouth have also been watching his developments ahead of a potential move for him in the forthcoming summer window.
The 19-year-old is a player with a lot of potential and Nigel Pearson and the Robins are at the moment running the rule of their squad and seeing which players they want to keep hold of ahead of a potential summer revamp, per Bristol Live.
Massengo is a player with a lot of potential but he has not always been able to show it out on the field since his arrival at Ashton Gate. The midfielder has lots of technical quality that you feel needs to be better enhanced within the side and Pearson will be trying to do all he can to get the best out of him and try which id he can do would make the 19-year-old a real asset.
It is no surprise that a player with Massengo’s natural talent is starting to the likes of Wolves and Southampton, with the Premier League pair comfortable with signing and developing young and talented players such as the 19-year-old. While Bournemouth and Norwich both like to play in a style of football that would be suited to the midfielder.
You feel that Bristol City should certainly try their best to keep hold of the midfielder if they can do during the summer transfer window, with him having the potential to develop into one of the best players in his position in the league over the next few years.