The Sporting forward has been in great form and West Brom are keen.
Sporting's Islam Slimani celebrates his goal against Braga.
West Bromwich Albion have made their intent to sign a new striker clear this summer and are now seemingly looking at Algerian international Islam Slimani as a potential recruit.
The Daily Mail are reporting that West Brom have made an enquiry to Sporting Lisbon regarding the availability of the talented attacker.
Sporting's Islam Slimani celebrates his goal against Pacos Ferreira
However, the report claims that Sporting would want £25 million for any side to pluck their star asset away, a fee that would break West Brom’s transfer record.
O Jogo recently reported that he has a release clause of €30 million (£25.2 million) – a sizeable price-tag.
Portuguese source Record recently reported Slimani had informed his club Sporting that he would like to leave the club this summer.
Sporting's Islam Slimani controls the ball against Moreirense.
Slimani scored 32 goals in 43 appearances in 2015-16 and would be a brilliant signing from West Brom this summer.
West Brom recently failed in a bid to sign Enner Valencia from West Ham after the Ecuador striker failed a medical.
West Brom's Saido Berahino
The Baggies are looking to sell Saido Berahino this summer but will not do without a replacement lined up.
Slimani might just be that man.