Porto winger Yacine Brahimi is reportedly interesting a trio of Premier League clubs.
The Algerian’s contract at the Portuguese side is set to expire at the season’s end and according to The Daily Star Everton, Newcastle and West Ham are all interested in securing the playmakers services either in a cut-price January transfer or on a free this summer.
With purse strings having been tight at Newcastle in recent times, Brahimi’s low-cost availability and Champions League pedigree will have alerted Rafael Benitez.
West Ham will be looking to strengthen their creative ranks after long-term injuries to the likes of Manuel Lanzini and summer signing Andriy Yarmolenko.
Everton manager Marco Silva, familiar with the player from his time managing in his native Portugal, has also been credited with an interest in taking Brahimi to Goodison Park.
The 28-year-old has been with Porto since 2014, scoring 41 goals in 166 appearances.