Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos continues to be linked with various moves away from the Glasgow club as the summer window gets closer.
According to The Express, Eintracht Frankfurt, Nice and Cardiff City are the three latest clubs to enter the race for Morelos.
This presents the Colombia international with three significantly different career paths, should he decide to leave Rangers this summer.
But the project at Eintracht Frankfurt might be one that tempts Morelos into moving to the Bundesliga.
There is a blueprint for success at Frankfurt, laid down by their current two strikers Luka Jovic and Sebastien Haller.
Between them, the prolific strike duo have scored 38 goals: Jovic has 21 strikes in 31 matches this season, while Haller has 17 goals in 32 games.
Morelos has an equally impressive record. The 22-year-old has netted 28 goals in just 41 appearances for Rangers this season.
And there is no reason why he couldn’t match Jovic and Haller if he did move to Eintracht Frankfurt.
Both Jovic and Haller have been strongly linked with summer exits. Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are among the sides keen on Jovic (Goal), while Newcastle United were linked with Haller in January (The Northern Echo).
If one or both of these strikers leave, Frankfurt could firm up their interest in Morelos and it would be a tempting project for a young and ambitious striker.