According to the Sheffield Star, Wolverhampton Wanderers could be tempted to submit an offer for Sheffield United striker Che Adams.
Birmingham City have had a bid rejected for Adams, but Wolves are reportedly ready to submit an offer too.
Kenny Jackett’s side want to rival their Midlands rivals, as they feel that Adams could enhance their forward line.
The Blades’ front man is regarded as one of the top young talents in League One, and he has been handed an important role at Brammall Lane.
Adams played 40 times for Sheffield United, and he scored on 12 occasions.
The Yorkshire side are determined to keep hold of Adams, but with interest rising in his services, there are now doubts over his future.
The Blades have had a tendency to sell their better players in recent times, with the likes of Kevin McDonald and Jamie Murphy leaving.
Huddersfield Town and Wigan Athletic are also credited with an interest in Adams by the Sheffield Star.