Leeds United, Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest are all keeping close tabs on Greek international striker Dimitris Diamantakos - according to the Daily Mirror.
The forward, who has two senior caps, is currently on loan at Karlsruhe in Germany's 2.Bundesliga and has six goals in 19 league appearances.
However, Karlsruhe have already agreed a permanent deal for him to remain at the club beyond the summer.
Transfer gossip continues to hot up ahead of the summer and Derby County are being linked with Aston Villa forward Jordan Ayew.
West Ham are also said to be interested in the Ghana international, who cost £9.6m last summer.
However, any move to Derby is likely to hinge on Darren Wassall leading his side to the Premier League this season.
Bolton Wanderers are confident that their transfer embargo will be lifted by the Football League in the summer.
The Trotters, relegated to League One, are operating under a total embargo forbidding any new signings or contract extensions to players over the age of 24.
But co-owner Ken Anderson believes it will be removed when the club meets with the Football League at the end of the season.
He told the Bolton News: “The next meeting that we have with Shaun Harvey (Football League chief executive), I'm confident that that will go through. They haven't come back with anything untoward.
“There's one or two things they'd still like clarification on – but I'm confident that that will be there before the transfer window opens.”
Elsewhere, and Cardiff City are desperate to make the loan signing of Lex Immers permanent in the summer.
The striker has been on loan from Feyenoord since January deadline day and has scored five times in 12 games.
And the Bluebirds are hoping their transfer embargo will be lifted in the summer to enable them to make his deal permanent ahead of next term.
Thierry Henry has handed out some praise for Wolves ' u18 side.
The former Arsenal legend, who is now a member of the Academy coaching set-up, watched as the young Gunners beat Wolves 2-1 on Saturday, but professed himself impressed with the opposition.
Wolves u18 manager Jerry Gill said : “Thierry Henry has been doing some coaching with the young Arsenal players and was among the staff on the bench.
“He came over to us after the game and was very humble and told us how impressed he was with the goal that we scored."
Middlesbrough have lost their appeal against Cristhian Stuani's three match ban.
The Uruguayan frontman was retrospectively banned for an elbow on Preston North End's Greg Cunningham, and Boro appealed the decision on Tuesday.
However, the FA upheld the decision and Stuani began his ban on Tuesday night, when Boro struck late to beat Reading 2-1.
A statement from the FA said: “A regulatory commission found the case proven and Stuani will serve an immediate three-match suspension.”
Charlton Athletic fans have released a song in protest against the club's owner Roland Duchatelet.
The song, titled "More than just a toy", includes the lines: "Duchatelet you're not the not new messiah, surrounded by puppets fools and liars, this club is more than just a toy!"