Wolves and Wigan are both keen on Mirco Antenucci.
Cole Skuse of Ipswich Town (L) and Mirco Antenucci of Leeds United in action
Wolves and Wigan are both keen on recently released Leeds United striker Mirco Antenucci, Italian outlet Tuttomercatoweb report.
Leeds United's Mirco Antenucci celebrates scoring his sides first goal
Antenucci is coming off two moderately successful seasons at Leeds in which he finished as the second highest goalscorer in consecutive campaigns.
Leeds United's Mirco Antenucci shoots
Both Wigan and Wolves are claimed to have reached out to Antenucci's representatives to express their interest.
Mirco Antenucci celebrates after scoring the first goal for Leeds from the penalty spot
Grabbing Antenucci on a free transfer would be a savvy move for either side, each in need of strengthening their attack.
At Wigan, Antenucci would be reunited with former Leeds captain Jason Pearce.
Both sides will face further competition for Antenucci's signature, with several sides from Italy already showing interest in the experienced front man, who has a proven track record in Serie B.