Bologna midfielder Amadou Diawara is spoilt for choice with regards to the club he will be playing for in the next European season.

A number of teams from three of the continent’s best leagues have made their interest in the player known, and it will be up to Diawara and his Italian club to decide where his future lies.

The 18-year-old Guinean midfielder is the subject of interest from Manchester United in England, while Spanish clubs Valencia and Sevilla continue to pursue the talented youngster.

On the home front, considering the fact that Diawara has settled in well in the Italian Serie A, Napoli and Roma are both potential employers for the defensive midfielder.

Amadou Diawara in action during the Serie A match between Bologna FC and Udinese Calcio at Stadio Renato Dall'Ara on September 27, 2015 © Mario Carlini / Iguana Press/Getty

The club from Italy’s capital seem to be the frontrunners for his signature, as they look to restructure their midfield with a long-term view in mind. The starlet stood out as a consistent performer for Bologna last season, making 34 appearances in the top flight.

Diawara has a contract with the club that runs until 2020, and they are expected to initiate negotiations with Roma if they receive an offer of around EU€18 million for the Guinean player.