Newly-promoted trio Leeds United, West Bromwich Albion and Fulham have all reportedly joined the race to sign free agent Ryan Fraser.
The 26-year-old is searching for a new club after letting his contract run down at Bournemouth, where he had been for the last seven years.
Fraser also turned down a short-term contract which would have seen him play for the Cherries following the resumption of the Premier League in June after his contract had already expired.
The Scotsman's absence in Eddie Howe's side seemed to have been felt as Bournemouth were relegated after a five-year spell in the top flight.
Despite that, 90min reports that Fraser has been monitored by several Premier League clubs, although both Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have pulled themselves out of the race to sign the winger, leaving the door open for a number of other clubs to make their move.
The Scot, who experienced a difficult 2019-20 campaign, starred the season prior with a tally of 14 assists, which was only topped by Chelsea's Eden Hazard in the Premier League.