Burnley and Bournemouth are interested in signing West Brom striker Jay Rodriguez, Sky Sports News understands.
West Ham and Crystal Palace are also keen on the striker, Sky Sports News understands, and are monitoring developments following West Brom’s relegation from the Premier League.
It is believed West Brom will not sell Rodriguez on the cheap, with the 28-year-old scoring 11 times last season in all competitions, for a team that managed only 31 goals in the Premier League.
Rodriguez, who was born in Burnley and started his career with the Clarets, still has three years left on his West Brom contract, after joining from Southampton for £12m last summer.
It is thought any bid for the player would have to be worth more than £20m for West Brom to consider selling.
Rodriguez has one cap for England, making his only appearance in 2013 when starting a friendly against Chile at Wembley.