Leeds United and Tottenham Hotspur are amongst a group of clubs hoping to snap up Italian centre-back Marco Migliorini.
The defender has turned in a number of impressive performances for Juve Stabia this season in Italy's third tier, making 36 appearances in all competitions for the lower league outfit.
As a result it appears unlikely that Juve Stabia will be able to keep hold of Migliorini, with clubs queuing up to tempt him away from the Stadio Romeo Menti.
Serie B winners Carpi are keen on hoovering up Migliorini, while another Serie B side in the shape of Spezia are also on his tail.
But there is interest from England in the shape of Championship side Leeds, whose Italian owner Massimo Cellino dictates transfer policy at the club.
According to Italian outlet Stabia1907 however, all three risk being beaten to the punch by Tottenham.
The Premier League club are thought to be ready to offer €1m for Migliorini, with the defender highly rated by their Italian technical director Franco Baldini.
Migliorini started his career with Chievo Verona, while he has also enjoyed spells with Chieti, Torino and Como.