Five Championship clubs are keen on loaning Derby County striker Cameron Jerome, according to The Mirror.
The likes of Blackburn Rovers, Hull City, QPR, Ipswich Town and Reading are all exploring the potential of loaning him before the window shuts on Friday.
Jerome could leave the Rams having fallen down the pecking order under their new manager, Frank Lampard. He only joined them in January from Norwich City for a fee of around £1.5 million but looks set to move on already.
The 32-year-old is an experienced striker and would be a decent option for another Championship outfit. Jerome has previously played for Middlesbrough, Cardiff City, Birmingham City, Stoke City, Crystal Palace and Norwich City.
Blackburn Rovers and Ipswich Town are both in the hunt for another striker to bolster their respective attacks. Both sides are two to keep an eye on over the next 72 hours.
Hull City are in desperate need of three or four more players over the next couple of days with their squad down to the bare bones. Their fans have been left frustrated over recent weeks with the lack of acquisitions. The Tigers will have to face competition from Reading for Jerome, with their boss Paul Clement wanting to sign him from his former club Derby.
QPR are the final side to be credited with an interest. They have recently sharpened their attack by landing Premier League duo Tomer Hemed and Nakhi Wells on loan, but don’t want to stop there with their sights set on Jerome now.