Benfica coach Ronald Koeman is interested in Jared Borgetti, according to the Bolton striker's agent. Borgetti has yet to start a Premiership match and is anxious to build some momentum ahead of the World Cup finals with Mexico. The player's representative Eriberto Lopez wants talks with Bolton officials to see what the future holds. Lopez told Portuguese newspaper O Jogo: "Ronald Koeman is interested in signing Borgetti. "Borgetti is very happy about that because it is an important club. "If a transfer were to be confirmed he would have the opportunity to play in Champions League. "His wish is to remain in Europe and there is also interest from Germany and Italy. But it is up to Bolton to decide." Lopez indicated the 32-year-old Mexico striker would move on if he was not guaranteed more games. He added: "Should the coach (Sam Allardyce) decide to count on the player it is possible he will continue. But if it is the opposite he will leave. "That is why we have to talk to the Bolton executives and analyse in detail the proposals that are on the table."