Bayer Leverkusen forward Leon Bailey has revealed that three European teams have shown a “concrete interest” in securing his services.
Bundesliga no.9 forward has impressed during spells with Belgium club Genk and more recently Leverkusen to earn links with a wide range of teams across the continent.
While Jamaica international forward is focused on pulling off a shock Bundesliga title victory this campaign, the 20-year-old attacker admits that he is aware of interest from Chelsea, Liverpool and AS Roma.
Asked specifically about those three teams, Bailey told German outlet Kicker: “There’s concrete interest. What I can say is that my full focus is on developing myself as a young player. If a club wants me, my management and Bayer will take care of it.
“Bayer want to play for the title. Bayern Munich is one of the three strongest teams in the world for me, but in football, you never know.”
Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Arsenal have also previously been rumoured to move for the £52m-rated wingman during the summer transfer window.