Scouts from the West London club reportedly watched the Legia Warsaw winger last weekend.
Damien Comolli is reportedly unaware of any interest from Aston Villa in his services.
The Newcastle United star credits the Spanish boss with reviving his England career but admitted his own next move is some way off being decided.
The Bournemouth striker was the subject of a bid from West ham United earlier this week and has also been linked with Tottenham Hotspur.
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Southampton are also fearing that both Victor Wanyama and Graziano Pelle could leave St. Mary's.
The Reds legend claims some of the club's players are too big for their boots.
The January signing has talked up the size of the Gunners.
The French midfielder endured a woeful record in cup competitions whilst on Tyneside.
The defender enjoyed a strong first year at West Ham.
Rangers parted ways with manager Mark Warburton earlier this month.
The Tottenham Hotpsur right-back is so much more than a decent back-up option.
Aston Villa signed Henri Lansbury from Nottingham Forest during the January transfer window.
Leeds United hope to welcome Charlie Taylor back from injury this week.
Everton midfielder Muhamed Besic is yet to play for the Toffees since Ronald Koeman took charge.
Steve Bruce spent big at Aston Villa in the January transfer window to try and improve their squad, but they are yet to win in 2017.
Former Spurs star feels the North London duo are both set up to reach the semi finals.
Nottingham Forest lost 2-1 to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with a player who could be better than the Manchester United left-back.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers brought Kouassi Eboue to Glasgow during the January transfer window.
Quiet trading floors are set to depress global investment banks’ second-quarter revenue 24%, with the underwriting and equities businesses facing the biggest drops, according to analysts at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Bonus pools could decline by as much as 20% for some Wall Street workers this year, with incentive pay falling at almost every type of financial-services firm, according to compensation consultant Johnson Associates Inc.
Getting paid to manage money may soon be less restrictive at BlackRock than at JPMorgan Chase under a U.S. proposal that could make it harder for Wall Street banks to compete for talent.