Newcastle and Brighton have both set their sights on the Eredivisie.
Brighton are believed to have opened talks over the transfer of PSV Eindhoven forward Jurgen Locadia.
Jurgen Locadia is heading to the Premier League from Eredivisie giants PSV but its Brighton rather than Crystal Palace who are willing to pay big money.
The PSV Eindhoven forward would have been a chance worth taking for Newcastle United.
Brighton are set to sign Wolves target Jurgen Locadia.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are said to have moved on from aiming to sign Jurgen Locadia from PSV.
PSV coach Phillip Cocu has suggested that Jurgen Locadia could leave the Eredivisie and summer suitors Wolves should be waiting in the wings.
Wolverhampton Wanderers were reportedly close to signing the forward in the summer.
Wolves were close to signing Locadia for £10 million in the summer - but the PSV frontman has been replaced by Feyenoord's Jorgensen as the no 1 target.
The PSV Eindhoven ace would be a useful signing for Tottenham Hotspur in January.