Olivier Kemen continues to attract interest from all over Europe - and Monaco are the latest big-name club linked with a move for the Newcastle United midfielder. Foot Mercato claim that the Principality club are monitoring the 19-year-old's situation on Tyneside, with Kemen having yet to make a single first-team appearance for Magpies. Despite this, Kemen has been linked with the likes of Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and AC Milan this summer. The midfielder arrived on Tyneside from Metz two years ago and he has failed to break into the first-team picture to date, yet LEquipe claimed last month that he had entered into negotiations with Italian giants Milan. Interestingly, Liverpool have also been credited with a move for Newcastles France international midfielder Moussa Sissoko in recent months, although those claims have been denied. Yet it is the general reported interest in Kemen that is perhaps more interesting considering the youngsters lack of first-team football. In fact, Kemen asked John Carver for a loan move in January but was denied and is becoming frustrated with life on Tyneside. Kemen - who has performed well in 26 appearances for the Magpies Under-21 side, scoring three times - also went to Greece to captain France in the UEFA Under-19 Championship, where he impressed. Juventus forward Kingsley Coman was also in the squad, as was Atletico Madrids exciting youngster Lucas Hernandez. Spurs and Liverpool could well firm up their tentative interest in a player who has yet to experience first-team Premier League football - although Milan and Monaco appear the current favourites for his signature. For all the latest NUFC News, Views and Transfers make sure to follow WhatCulture.com/NUFC on Twitter and Facebook.