At the age of just 21, Benjamin Tetteh has already established himself as the star man of Sparta Prague.
With nine goals in 15 games for the Czech side, and a style of play which has led some to label him the ‘new Didier Drogba’, The Mail claimed on Friday that Tetteh had attracted interest from a number of unnamed Premier League sides.
It is well documented that Everton need a new centre-forward with Richarlison more of a winger while Oumar Niasse and Cenk Tosun are expected to depart. West Ham, meanwhile, could be forced into the market with Marko Arnautovic heavily linked with a move to China.
And Bournemouth arguably lack depth up front behind 10-goal top scorer Callum Wilson.
Football Ghana add that Sparta Prague could let Tetteh leave this month but they want at least £10.5 million. Turkish Super Lig champions Galatasaray, who are in dire need of a centre-forward to replace the departed Bafetimbi Gomis, have seen a £7 million bid rejected.