West Bromwich Albion are reportedly keen on signing Sory Kaba, who is also wanted by Leeds United.
The Daily Mirror (01/08, p39) reports that West Brom are trying to fend off three other Championship clubs for the services of Kaba.
The striker, who is from Guinea, spent the second half of last season on loan at Cardiff City and scored eight goals in 17 appearances.
He is currently contracted to Danish side Midtjylland, where he has netted 27 goals and provided 15 assists in 105 games.
Leeds United and Watford are also interested in Kaba, as well as Cardiff City, who would like to keep him.
West Brom have already signed Josh Maja as a new striker, but they are still looking to add Kaba to their squad.
Kaba grew up in Spain and played for Alcobendas and Elche before moving to France with Dijon.
He struggled to score in France and moved to Denmark after a few months.
He also had a loan spell at Belgian club OH Leuven before joining Cardiff.
Kaba impressed Sabri Lamouchi with his ‘massive’ contribution at Cardiff, but he may now face a move away from the club.
Leeds may be looking for a target man for Daniel Farke’s team, but West Brom seem to have the edge in the race for Kaba.