Granada defender Sverrir Ingason has reportedly emerged as a transfer target for both Huddersfield Town and Leeds United.
Last summer, Ingason contributed to Iceland's remarkable run to the quarter-finals of Euro 2016, with his appearance playing a part in a transfer to Granada in January.
However, a release clause of £2m has left the Spanish team open to offers this summer and according to The Sun, Huddersfield and Leeds are ready to make their move.
Huddersfield are looking for new signings ahead of their first-ever campaign in the Premier League, and the 23-year-old is likely to be seen as value for money by head coach David Wagner.
New Leeds boss Thomas Christiansen is also said to be a fan of Ingason, who made 17 appearances in La Liga during the second half of last season.