Sheffield United striker Iliman Ndiaye is on the radar of Everton, West Ham United and Newcastle United, reports the Sun.
The Senegal international has been in fine form in the Championship this term, netting 12 goals and seven assists.
The Blades are second in the Championship after 36 games, with four points separating them from the play-off places.
Automatic Premier League promotion appears to be on the cards. However, nothing is guaranteed and the chasing pack are closing in on them.
The Bramall Lane club will likely lose Ndiaye if they fail to secure a return to the English top flight.
Everton have suffered a dip in form in front of goal due to Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s fitness struggles.
They are expected to bring in another striker in the summer, and Ndiaye fits the bill.
The 23-year-old bagged seven goals and two assists in 32 league games last season.
He proved his quality against Tottenham Hotspur last week with a well-taken goal to knock them out of the FA Cup.
The Toffees, West Ham and Newcastle would have been impressed with his performance against Spurs.
Everton and Hammers are both struggling for survival, and they will need to stay up to have a chance of signing Ndiaye.
Sean Dyche’s side have scored the second-least goals (20) in the Premier League this term.
West Ham have managed three more goals and could do with another striker, with summer signing Gianluca Scamacca struggling.
Newcastle have Callum Wilson and Alexander Isak as their striking options, but they need more depth in attack.
Eddie Howe’s side will likely be playing European football next season, and adding Ndiaye to their ranks would make sense.
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