Serbian side Partizan Belgrade have raised their valuation of striker Sadiq Umar after his impressive season.
After failing to fulfill his early potential, Umar reignited his career at Belgrade where he scored 17 goals in all competitions for Partizan.
After the impressive season he had, Partizan Belgrade have raised their valuation of the player and have rejected some offers from some clubs including Monaco.
Partizan Belgrade coach Savo Milosevic has revealed that the club will not accept anything less than €20m which is less than €5m of what they wanted for the Nigerian striker a month ago.
According to OwnGoalNigeria, the increased valuation of the striker is also because of his expected call-up to the Super Eagles.
Partizan believe that Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr is looking to give the striker a call-up and have raised their valuation of the player.
Aside from Monaco, Lille is also another French side interested in the Nigerian striker. Lille is said to be looking to replace Victor Osimhen who has joined Napoli with his compatriot.