Viktor Gyokeres is at the centre of a transfer tussle between several Premier League clubs as a number of sides battle to sign the Coventry City forward.
Gyokeres has scored 40 goals in 97 appearances across the last two seasons for Coventry and was named in the Championship Team of the Season after firing the Sky Blues into the second tier play-off final last season.
Coventry’s defeat to Luton in the play-off final has seen several Premier League clubs circle for the Sweden international, with West Ham, Wolves, Fulham and Everton all reportedly interested in a deal for the 25-year-old. Crystal Palace have also been linked in recent weeks.
Portuguese publication A Bola are reporting that Sporting Lisbon will rival the interest from England, while relegated Southampton and Leeds are also keen on Gyokeres as the duo look to rebuild next season and push for promotion back to the Premier League.
Gyokeres previously spent four seasons at Brighton, but failed to make a Premier League appearance for the Seagulls and featured just eight times in all competitions. Coventry are understood to value the Swedish striker at around €20m (£17m).