Sheffield Wednesday, West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City are all set to swoop for Charlton Athletic striker Lyle Taylor according to Sky Sports News.
The 29-year-old comes to the end of his contract in the summer and a whole host of Championship sides are readying a move for him in January on a cut-price deal.
With an impressive return of 30 goals in 53 games, he is one of the most talented strikers in the second tier of English football and could be set for a move away from The Valley in the near future.
Rangers are also thought to be monitoring Taylor as they seek to add reinforcements to their squad. The choice of his next destination would all depend on where the striker would wish to play.
A move to West Brom may be attractive with a good chance of Premier League football being on the horizon for the Midlands club next season following their fantastic form so far this campaign which sees them in second place in the division.
The Baggies have three senior strikers on the books but with Kenneth Zohore so far having flattered to deceive and Charlie Austin and Hal Robson-Kanu not having scored consistently since the start of the season, Taylor could well be the missing piece in their jigsaw.
Sheffield Wednesday have relied heavily on Steven Fletcher’s goals this season and signing Taylor would bring some much-needed competition to Garry Monk’s strikeforce.
Swansea could receive interest for their striker Andre Ayew and should they lose their star striker they could opt to make a move for the Charlton man as a replacement.