Sunderland are interested in signing Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara, according to the Daily Mail.
His contract with the Scottish Premier League side expires at the end of the season meaning they could cash in on him in January.
Kamara, who is 22 years-old, has impressed since making the move to Dundee in July 2017. His form has attracted the attention of the likes of Rangers and Celtic but his next destination could be a return to England with Sunderland showing an interest.
The Black Cats are looking for potential acquisitions to help with their promotion push in League One. Their manager, Jack Ross, knows all about Kamara from his time up in Scotland.
Kamara started his career at Southend United but was signed by Arsenal in 2012. He made his senior debut for the Gunners in a League Cup fixture away to Sheffield Wednesday in October 2015.
He then enjoyed loan spells at Southend and Colchester United and gained some first-team experience. Kamara then left Arsenal on a permanent basis last year and his move to Dundee has worked out for the better.
Kamara is also now a Finland international and has made 5 caps. He also previously represented his country at Under-19 and Under-21 level as a youngster.
Sunderland already have a strong squad for the third tier but the possible signing of Kamara would further bolster their midfield. The Black Cats are currently 5th in the league and are four points of the automatic promotion places, with a game in hand on the teams above them.