Inter and Sevilla are reportedly showing interest in Tottenham Hotspur and South Korea forward Heung-min Son.
According to the Evening Standard, both clubs have called Spurs to check on his availability.
Despite barely starting a game, 24-year-old Son has still contributed 14 goals in all competition this season.
He could well be in for more, as he has to cover for injured Harry Kane for at least a month.
Tottenham paid £22m to sign him from Bayer Leverkusen in 2015.
He can play as a centre-forward or a left-sided winger and even at times on the right.
Inter are known to be interested in Son’s services, also to help grow the brand in Asia under Chinese owners Suning Group.
Sevilla also track Son, but would only be able to get him on loan with an option to buy.