English sides tracking Traoui

Sky Sports understands a number of Premier League sides are tracking Tunisian midfielder Mejdi Traoui.

Last Updated: 03/05/13 at 12:43 Post Comment

Mejdi Traoui: Attracting interest from the Premier League

Mejdi Traoui: Attracting interest from the Premier League

Traoui is coming to the end of his contract with Esperance and could be available on a free transfer this summer.

The 29-year-old has a wealth of experience having represented Tunisia at three Africa Cup of Nations tournaments and also at the 2004 Olympics.

Esperance are keen to tie Traoui down to a new deal, but several clubs across Europe are ready to move for the player on a free transfer.

Everton and Southampton have both been credited with an interest in the versatile performer and the player's agent, Jesse Learoyd-Hill, admits there is mounting interest in the African ace.

"There are a number of clubs both in the UK and in Europe who are interested in Mejdi," Learoyd-Hill told Sky Sports.

"Mejdi is coming to the end of his contract at Esperance and he has not made a decision on his future as yet."

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