Cape Town - Iceland defender Ragnar Sigurdsson is attracting widespread interest from the Bundesliga and Premier League after his stellar performances at Euro 2016.
The Krasnodar centre-back produced a man-of-the-match display during the shock 2-1 victory over England to reach the quarter-finals.
His defensive solidity against Europe's elite has attracted the attention of Leicester, Tottenham, Schalke and Wolfsburg.
Die Konigsblauen and Die Wolfe have already made contact with the Bulls and lead the race for Sigurdsson, according to reports in Germany.
Since signing for Krasnodar for £3 million from Danish giants Copenhagen in 2014, the 30-year-old has scored four goals in 83 appearances.