French side Le Havre have rejected a bid of €7 million for free scoring Zimbabwe Warriors striker Tinotenda Kadewere from Lyon, according to L’Equipe.

A number of English team have been linked with a move for the pacy forward who has scored 17 goals in Ligue 2 this season.

Lyon are reportedly also after a striker this January, with Karl Toko-Ekambi and Hee-chan Hwang being their main targets, as per L’Equipe.

However, they are also taking a look at Kadewere, and have had a bid of €7 million rejected for the Zimbabwean forward.

Le Havre are set to hold out for more money for the forward, especially with a host of English sides interested in a move for the forward.

Aston Villa, Spurs and New Castle United are reportedly chasing the striker.

Meanwhile, there  is light at the end of the tunnel for Kadewere’s national team playmate and Warriors captain Knowledge Musona as Belgian top-flight club KAS Eupen has openly expressed willingness to sign him after the player impressed during a short trial stint.

Eupen’s sports and general director Christoph Henkel confirmed the interest in signing Musona.

“We are currently in discussions with the player’s advisors and Anderlecht, but we are on the right track.

We would like to keep both players (Musona and Sowah), but we still have to clarify the last things.”