Sebastian Andersson has reportedly attracted interest from a number of clubs.
|Sebastian Andersson (right) in a duel with RB Leipzig's Willi Orban.||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche|
Union Berlin's Sebastian Andersson has attracted attention with his performances this season.
According to Bild, scouts from Ajax, Brighton & Hove Albion, Villarreal, Celtic and a number of Bundesliga clubs will be in the stands to take a look at the striker when Union face Paderborn away from home on Saturday.
Union Berlin coach Urs Fischer claims he has no fear of losing the striker at the moment, though.
"Not at all. At the moment, he's still here. I hope he will score games in the last three games [before the winter break] as well. What will happen in the future doesn't matter to me at the moment. What counts for me is what happens now," Fischer told Bild.
The 28-year-old is officially under contract until the end of the season, but it has been suggested that it will automatically extended - or that it already has been extended.
However, it's still unclear if Union will be able to hold on to the 28-year-old beyond the summer.
Andersson, who has scored nine goals in 15 games this season, recently flirted with a move to the Premier League.