Bournemouth and Leeds United have reportedly taken an interest in Swansea City midfielder Yan Dhanda.
The 22-year-old has struggled to nail down a regular spot in Steve Cooper's starting lineup this term, but he nevertheless boasts one goal and two assists in all competitions for the promotion-chasing Swans.
Dhanda has been an unused substitute in Swansea's last three Championship matches, but according to the Daily Mail, Leeds and Bournemouth have both taken a liking to the former Liverpool youngster.
The report claims that Bournemouth are preparing for life without David Brooks, who is being tipped to leave for Aston Villa, while Leeds could look to strike a deal for Dhanda if Tyler Roberts seeks pastures new.
Furthermore, Swansea have supposedly already identified a ready-made replacement for the midfielder in the form of Jordan Morris, and the club are understood to have entered talks with Seattle Sounders over a deal for the 26-year-old.
Dhanda, who has been capped for England at Under-17s level, is under contract at the Liberty Stadium until the end of next season.