Huddersfield Town striker Steve Mounie is being chased by a trio of Premier League clubs according to TeamTalk.
The Benin international, although he didn’t score as many as he would have liked was still one of the players who had an impressive season in the last campaign despite being unable to prevent the Terriers being relegated to the Championship.
He was the record buy for Huddersfield when they paid £12million for the services of the former Montpellier forward back in 2017.
Newcastle, Watford and Crystal Palace are all looking to sign the striker this summer and have all expressed an interest in acquiring his services.
It’s not just clubs in the English top flight who are interested as he has also attracted a number of clubs in Germany and France although they may rebuff the chance to sign him due to the transfer fee that Huddersfield are demanding.
Bournemouth are another club who are monitoring the situation of Mounie who only scored two Premier League goals last season which followed an impressive first campaign in English football as he scored seven goals in the Premier League.
Mounie is currently away at the Africa Cup of Nations but speculation is already intensifying about where he will be playing his league football next season.
It may be a wise decision for Huddersfield to cash in on the striker as they look to reinvest funds into their squad as they hope to make an immediate return to the Premier League.
The 24-year-old was signed by David Wagner following Huddersfield’s promotion to the top-flight, but he has now fallen down in the pecking order under new boss Jan Siewert.
A summer of change is imperative at the John Smith’s Stadium and Mounie is one of a number of players who could be set to depart.