Nordsjaelland sporting director Carsten Jensen has hinted that the club could cash in on Ghanaian striker Godsway Donyoh in the January transfer window.
The 24-year-old is reportedly being monitored by several Premier League sides including Everton, Leicester and Bournemouth due to his current fine form.
“It is an important signal that Donyoh has just extended his contract, but he is still attractive to other clubs and may leave in the upcoming transfer window. We as a club must be able to extend contracts of our players and at the same time capitalise on it and sell them in the market,” Jensen told tipsbladet.
“Godsway is not going to play here for 10 years, he will surely move. I know Godsway feels that he wants to make a solid impression here in FC Nordsjalland and in the Super League before he tries something new, and I think he is well in the process.
“I think that a very important thing in this case is that he is no longer inferior to a transfer because he has just extended his contract,” he added.
Since joining Nordsjaelland from Manchester City in 2016, Donyoh has scored 24 goals in 56 games. He has admitted his desire to return to England after failing to break into City's first team.