Wolverhampton Wanderers are apparently keen on Olympiakos defender Pape Abou Cisse.
The Black Country club have been tipped as a potential destination for the star by SDNA, as have fellow Premier League side Arsenal.
The Senegal international has been impressing at the Africa Cup of Nations, which comes to an end on Friday with the Lions of Teranga to contest the final against Algeria.
Wolves have been relatively quiet so far this summer, with the permanent signings of Raul Jimenez and Leander Dendoncker their only pieces of business so far.
With a potential long-haul season in the offing, many Wolves fans are expecting the club to start making moves very soon – and £10 million-rated Cisse (90min) could be first through the door.
Standing at a towering 6ft 6in tall, Cisse is an imposing individual.
The 23-year-old is also familiar with playing in a back three, which would be ideal for Nuno Espirito Santo who is a big advocate for the wing-backs system.
Wolves signing Cisse could make them fearsome at the back, with 6ft 5in Willy Boly already in there to rough attackers up.
Arguably the pair would make Wolves very difficult to play against if teams wanted to try and play route one football.
He could be an excellent piece of business by Wolves.