Wolves, Fulham, QPR and Cardiff City are chasing the signature of Derby County’s Abdoul Razzagui Camara according to a report from French publication Foot Mercato.
The 26-year-old striker signed for the Rams last January from Angers for a fee believed to be around £1.25m, but it is a move that is yet to work out for either party. Perhaps a victim of the many managerial changes that have have happened at the iPro Stadium since the start of 2016, Camara is yet to start a league game and has only played in the Sky Bet Championship when coming off as a substitute.
While returning head coach Steve McClaren has named Camara on his bench a few times since his reappointment, it seems he would be happy to let the forward leave the club whether on loan or for a permanent deal. This has attracted plenty of potential suitors from both home and abroad.
Derby’s Championship rivals Wolves, Fulham, QPR and Cardiff City are all looking to boost their squad during the January transfer window and as they all believe Camara has plenty of talent that is yet to be tapped into at the East Midlands, they are all set to make moves to sign him. But they also face competition from clubs in France with Lyon, Lille, Montpellier and Toulouse all looking to bring Camara back to the league where he made his name. If any of these clubs want to sign the Guinea international, it is likely they will have to stump up £1.7m as Derby will want to get their money back for the forward.