West Ham and Stoke are among the clubs interested in RB Leipzig striker Davie Selke, Sky sources understand.
The Germany U21 international has been linked with a move away from Leipzig, who sit second in the Bundesliga, after finding first-team opportunities limited this term.
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Selke has scored two goals this season but has only started one game for Ralph Hasenhuttl's side.
His father has told Sky Germany: "I will not comment on any of these inquiries, but one thing is clear: we want to see a way and a perspective for Davie.
"His current situation [not playing] must not be a permanent state. The situation is not satisfactory and this is also the responsibility of RB Leipzig".
Selke dropped down a division to join Leipzig from Werder Bremen in the summer of 2015 for a then-German second tier record fee of €8m (£6.8m).
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The striker, who turns 22 next month, scored 10 goals as helped Leipzig win promotion last season before going on to represent Germany at the Rio Olympics last summer.