Aston Villa are interested in Wales' Euro 2016 star Joe Ledley, according to reports.
The Telegraph claims the Crystal Palace midfielder is on Villa boss Roberto Di Matteo's wish-list as the midlands club look to add experience to the heart of their team.
The Villans have previously been linked to Mile Jedinak and Jordan Mutch this transfer window, but the 29-year-old Welshman is the newest name to be linked with a move.
Jedinak could be a more likely signing with just a year left on his contract and Ledley's stock has risen after his national side made the semi-finals of a major tournament for the first time in their history.
Villa do look a midfielder light having let Carlos Sanchez leave for Fiorentina on loan and owner Tony Xia confirmed the club were looking at midfield options.
Derby County are also in for one of Wales' record-breaking squad, with Reading's Chris Gunter linked with a move away from the Madejski Stadium.
Swansea City, Hull City and Celtic are all supposedly interested in the right-back, but the Sun claims the Rams are now also in for him.
The 27-year-old has started both of Reading's games this year and has two years left on his contract with the Royals.
Like Ledley, Gunter will command a greater transfer fee thanks to his role in Wales' Euro 2016 success having started every match in the tournament.
Yet another Euro 2016 sensation is attracting interest from a Championship side - namely Aron Gunnarsson.
Norwich are reportedly keen on signing the Iceland captain who led his side to a remarkable quarter-final, beating England in the process with the help of his powerful throw-ins.
Gunnarsson has failed to hold down a starting place in the Cardiff side despite making over 200 appearances for the Bluebirds and the Sun claim both Norwich and Derby have agreed to meet the £2m fee the Welsh side are demanding.
In outbound news for the Canaries, Steven Naismith is being watched by new Sunderland manager David Moyes - according to the Daily Mail.
Moyes signed Naismith from Everton for Rangers back in 2012 and is reportedly keen on a reunion with the striker in the North East, with Jermaine Defoe and Fabio Borini the only recognised strikers at the Stadium of Light.
Reading have snubbed the chance to sign former Real Madrid midfielder Rafael van Der Vaart from Real Betis.
The Royals had been in talks with the Dutchman, who won 109 caps for his country, but a move for the 33-year-old failed to materialise and van der Vaart has now joined FC Midtjylland.
Finally, Leeds United have been linked to Benfica B full-back Alexis Scholl.
TV Yorkshire have reported the 20-year-old is closing in on a loan switch to Elland Road with Leeds left-back Charlie Taylor wanting to leave the club.
Garry Monk will have to move quickly if he is to snap up his man however, with Wolves also interested in the defender.