Burnley and Fulham have joined West Ham United in the race for Union Berlin winger Sheraldo Becker, reports Sky Sport journalist Florian Plettenberg.
Everton were linked with the 28-year-old in January but are currently concentrating on their relegation battle.
Becker remains open to moving to the Premier League, and the Bundesliga club value him between €15-20 million.
He is out of contract next summer and the upcoming window is Union’s best chance to get something for him.
The Suriname international has bagged 11 goals and seven assists in 32 Bundesliga games this term.
Becker was involved in ten league goals last season and will fancy his chances of impressing in England.
Burnley need to make quality additions to their frontline following their return to the top-flight.
Becker is an affordable option for the Clarets and manager Vincent Kompany could do with such a player.
West Ham are searching for a striker after summer signing Gianluca Scamacca failed to impress.
The Hammers have escaped relegation with two games to spare and are already preparing for the transfer window.
Fulham have Aleksandar Mitrovic and Carlos Vinicius as strikers, and Becker may have reservations about joining them.
The Netherlands-born forward can also play behind the striker and has pace to burn.
The former ADO Den Haag star would be a fine addition for any club, and more suitors could emerge for him.
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