Former Manchester City youngster Donyah could reportedly return to the Premier League with Everton, Leicester City or Bournemouth.

Godsway Donyoh failed to make the grade during two years at Manchester City between 2013 and 2015. But will the 24-year-old get a second chance to prove himself in Premier League football?

According to GhanaSoccerNet, Everton, Leicester City and Bournemouth have all sent scouts to watch Donyoh recently, with the Ghanaian international in fine form over in Denmark with FC Nordsjaelland.

Donyoh has scored seven goals in 11 Superligaen games this season and his ongoing purple patch has triggered vociferous support for him to be included in the next Ghana national squad.

The Accra-born striker has never represented his country at senior level.

It is claimed that Everton, Leicester and Bournemouth could all be planning bids ahead of the January transfer window, with Donyah seemingly ready to make the step up after thriving in the relative small pond of Danish football.

With Richarlison impressing up front for Everton, Callum Wilson in great nick for Bournemouth and with Leicester able to choose from Jamie Vardy or Kelechi Iheanacho, Donyah will surely find regular starts hard to come by in England, at least initially.

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