Crystal Palace and Wigan are among the English Premier League sides setting sights on a bargain raid for Bristol City winger Albert Adomah.
According to reports in the English media the two Premier League sides are keen on signing the Black Stars winger ahead of the start of the new season.
Bristol City are resigned to losing the Ghanaian following relegation to the third tier, and will be forced to accept offers of ?1million due to a clause in the 25-year-old?s contract.
This has alerted Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway, who is aware that he must find a replacement for departed wide-man Wilfried Zaha.
The England international was a major part of the Eagles? promotion-winning squad, but has left to join Manchester United.
Reports have suggested that he could return to Selhurst Park on loan, but it is believed that David Moyes will block such a move.
As a result, Holloway is keen to put a small fraction of the transfer fee received towards Adomah, who he believes can provide a similar threat from the flank.
However, he will have to fight off interest from Wigan, who are also thought to be keen to lure him away from the west country.
Palace hold the trump card of Premier League football, which may prove to be too tempting for Adomah to turn down.