West Ham United and Brighton & Hove Albion are interested in signing Paul Onuachu this summer.
The Nigerian international has been in excellent form for Genk this past season and could prove a quality attacking option for either club.
The 27-year-old bagged 35 goals and five assists in 41 appearances across all competitions last term.
According to OwnGoalNigeria, the striker will cost £26 million, and the two Premier League clubs should be able to afford him.
SL View: Much needed attacking option for both clubs
It is no secret that the Hammers need to bring in a quality number nine this summer, and Onuachu would be an upgrade on Michail Antonio.
He is a natural goalscorer and could take West Ham’s attack to a whole new level next year.
Brighton struggled with their finishing last season. They created a reasonable number of chances, but poor finishing let them down.
Signing a prolific striker could transform their side next year, and Onuachu would be a superb addition.
West Hame are probably favourites to sign Onuachu as they can offer him the opportunity to play in the Europa League next season.