English Premier League side West Brom are showing interest in signing Leicester City forward Ahmed Musa on a season-long loan deal, Completesportsnigeria reports.
The Super Eagles star, who joined the Foxes from CSKA Moscow in Russia last season for a fee of £17m, has also been a target of some clubs in Turkey.
Fenerbahce recently made a £16m bid for the Super Eagles star but his agent Tony Harris said the 24-year-old is not willing to leave England.
"The interest from Turkey is very strong but he wants to remain in England," Tony Harris told Leicester Mecury
"He could get his wish because some clubs have contacted us about him.
"West Brom and Brighton are among the clubs to have sounded him out over a potential move.
"A decision will be made over his next destination. But leaving England is out of it."
Leicester City will parade three Super Eagles players in the news Premier League season billed to kick off next week if Musa does not leave the Foxes.