Premier League heavyweights Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea are all keen on signing Fulham midfielder Moussa Dembele this summer, according to Goal.com.
Dembele was reportedly interested in a move away from Craven Cottage by the end of the season, with Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham previously linked to the Belgian.
The report says that now the Manchester clubs are keeping tabs on the 24-year-old, while Champions League finalists Chelsea are also thought to be monitoring Dembele's situation at their derby rivals Fulham.
Earlier reports had claimed that Fulham would only consider selling Dembele for a bid around £12 million but considering the player has just one year left on his contract, he could now go for less than £10 million.
Dembele joined the Cottagers from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar for £5 million in 2010 and though he originally was bought as a striker, Fulham boss Martin Jol's decision to play him as a midfielder has been crucial to the player's success in English football.
The player has made 71 appearances so far for Fulham, scoring seven times. And it is understood that Jol wants Dembele to stay at Craven Cottage and is eager to offer a new long-term contract to the Belgium international.
Chelsea and Man City's playmaker target Marek Hamsik has played down speculation that he could be leaving Napoli this summer by insisting that he is happy in Italy.
The Slovak had been linked with moves to City, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain in recent weeks but the 24-year-old revealed that his future remains in Naples.
"My desire is to remain and win with the Napoli jersey," the Daily Mail quoted the midfielder as saying.
But there is still hope for Hamsik's suitors as the player might have a change of heart in the summer if Napoli fail to qualify for the Champions League next season, which is very likely as they have to beat Siena in their last match and hope Udinese lose and Lazio fail to win their respective games in order to finish third.
Hamsik has 11 goals and five assists to his name from 43 appearances in all competitions for the Italian club this season.