Zambia international midfielder Nathan Sinkala is set to stay in Europe, although he could be parting ways with his current club Sochaux.
Sochaux will play in France’s second tier next season after being relegated from Ligue 1.
Sinkala still belongs to Democratic Republic of Congo side TP Mazembe, having been sent out to the French outfit on loan.
However, TP Mazembe president Moise Katumbi is encouraging the 23-year-old to continue to pursue his career in Europe, claiming ‘there are a lot of offers’ for the Zambian international.
“It’s up to him if he wants to stay in Europe or come back here,” Katumbi told BBC Sport.
“It will be good if he gets a permanent contract in Europe for Zambian football as well.”
Sinkala has been linked with a move to the likes of FC Basel of Switzerland and French club Evian.