A third club have expressed interest in Manchester City’s Ghanaian midfielder Divine Naah, who recently made it clear that he wants a permanent move this summer.
Seeing no first team opportunities at the Etihad, the 21-year-old attacking midfielder is hoping to find a new home, with Portugese Primeira Liga side Vitória Guimaraes and Spanish La Liga outfit Alavés having expressed interest.
And according to TMW, they have been joined by K.V. Kortrijk, who play in the Jupiler Pro League, the top flight in Belgium.
Kortrijk have so far only made inquiries, but with more opportunities presenting themselves, the former Right to Dream academy player is likely to get his wish of joining a new club before the transfer window closes.
Naah joined the Blues in 2014, one of many to have arrived in Manchester from Right to Dream. Other than a spell at NAC Breda in the Netherlands, Naah has been sent to Scandinavian sides, with loan periods at Strømsgodset (Norway), FC Nordsjælland (Denmark) and Örebro SK (Sweden).
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