Nsereko Savio's agent Patrick Bastianelli has told Goal.com that the talented striker may move to a major club in January, but he was reluctant to say which side.
The Brescia striker has been in hot form in Serie B and a number of teams in Serie A and on the continent are watching closely.
Reports suggested Juventus had sent scouts to see the hit-man in action and that they are leading the race for his services.
However, the agent revealed the interest is not only from Italy as Premier League and Primera Division clubs are also on the prowl.
"I don't really want to reveal his destination before January because plenty of hype has surrounded his transfer situation," Bastianelli told Goal.com Italy.
"The interest isn't just from Italy as there is some from Spain and England and this is certain." He went on to assert that it is unlikely the striker will command a fee of over €10 million. "I am not sure how much he will be sold for but, with the current market situation, it's hard to see a double-figure transfer," he said.
The Uganda-born forward signed for Brescia in 2007 and he will be looking to make the step up to Serie A.
At 19 years of age, he is quickly becoming a hot prospect in Italy as clubs line up to take him.
Interview: Daniele Perticari
Words: Salvatore Landolina