Togo international Floyd Ayite is being chased by a number of Premier League clubs, sources have told ESPN FC.
Ayite, 26, has caught the eye in Ligue 1 over the past couple of seasons, and was linked with a move to England last summer before he joined Bastia.
The pacy winger scored six goals in 30 games for Bastia and the French club are bracing themselves for offers for the player.
Ayite started out at Bordeaux, but spent most of his three years there out on loan at Angers and Nancy.
He left Bordeaux for Reims in 2011 and impressed during a three-year spell, scoring 10 goals in 73 appearances.
A host of English clubs have made enquiries for Ayite, with the skillful player thought to be available for as little as £2 million.
Ayite's agent, Mark McKay, of ExcelFoot, confirmed he has spoken to several Premier League clubs and says the attacker would be a bargain at £2m for any of his suitors.
"Floyd is a top talent who can play anywhere out wide and he has a real eye for goal," McKay told ESPN FC. "I believe he could be a big success in England as he has all the attributes to do well there.
"Floyd has not played for a top level [team] yet and he has been the best player for whoever he has played for in recent years, so I think if he moves to England he will only get better as he will be playing with better players around.
"He is available for £2m and I am talking to several interested clubs who feel he would be a bargain at that price."