Burnley and Crystal Palace have each been credited with interest in the pair.
Crystal Palace are leading the chase to sign Liverpool striker Danny Ings with Burnley focusing on a deal for West Bromwich Albion's Jay Rodriguez, according to the Daily Mirror (liveblog entry 11:30).
The report claims Burnley manager Sean Dyche would prefer to sign Rodriguez, who began his career at Turf Moor, than another ex-Claret in Ings, who Liverpool are ready to let go 'if they receive the right offer'.
Burnley are said to have had a £25 million bid for Rodriguez and teammate Craig Dawson rejected by West Brom.
And according to the Daily Mirror, they hope to eventually agree terms with the relegated side - which, it is claimed, has left Crystal Palace at the front of the queue for Ings.
Ings, who is said to earn £60,000-a-week at Liverpool, was handed his one and only England cap by Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson.
Ings and Rodriguez, who is himself a Crystal Palace target, according to the Sun, spent the 2011-12 campaign together at Burnley, for whom they managed 24 goals combined.