Inter Milan striker Luc Castaignos, who has been linked with a move to Liverpool, is reportedly a target for a number of Premier League clubs.
Liverpool have been linked with Castaignos for some time and a deal is believed to have been close during the winter transfer window.
The 19-year-old has admitted he is keen on quitting Inter this summer and recently put Premier League clubs by revealing he is keen on securing a move away from Serie A.
With Liverpool last week swooping to sign Fabio Borini from Roma, it remains to be seen whether there is still interest from Anfield.
But according to Inside Futbol, neighbours and rivals Everton are keen on signing the teenager, along with Queens Park Rangers and West Ham United.
Castaignos, who spent most of last season warming the bench, last month admitted to Sky Sport 24 that he was ready to leave Serie A if he left Inter this summer.
"In Italy I only want to play for Inter, but this is not looking possible now," he said.
"The club wants to loan me to an Italian team, but it is a move I would not be interested in.
"We have thus decided that I be sold. I regret not having been able to show my qualities. I am sad, but football is like that and the club and I have made this decision together.
"I regret not being able to go abroad on loan, or play for [former club] Feyenoord next season."