In demand: Callum McManaman (right)
Hull City are plotting a move for West Bromwich Albion winger Callum McManaman, a reported target for Derby County (Derby Telegraph) and Sheffield Wednesday (Birmingham Mail), according to the Sun (page 60, Friday edition).
The Tigers, who beat both Derby and Wednesday to gain promotion via last season's play-offs, are said to rate McManaman at £7 million - a figure that would smash both Championship clubs' record outlay.
City boss Steve Bruce is also weighing up a move for Chelsea's Papy Djilobodji, the Sun reports, and values the Senegal defender at £3 million.
Chelsea's Papy Djilobodji during a loan spell at Werder Bremen
Hull's Premier League status should put them in pole position to land McManaman, who made just two league starts for the Baggies last term.
And the recent arrival of Queens Park Rangers winger Matt Phillips has cast further doubt over the Liverpudlian's future.
McManaman's place is under threat following Matt Phillips' arrival
Derby and Wednesday, who went head to head for the signing of Nick Blackman in January - a pursuit which ended in the Rams' favour, are both said to be keen on Middlesbrough's Adam Reach (Express & Star).
The 23-year-old can play on either flank and impressed on loan at Preston North End last season.
Middlesbrough's Adam Reach (right) shone at Preston last season