Wolverhampton Wanderers and Bournemouth have reportedly identified Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips as a potential summer signing.
The 23-year-old has just enjoyed a strong season in the Championship, in which he made a total of 44 starts for the Yorkshire giants.
Aston Villa are said to be keen on the academy graduate, although Leeds have allegedly informed the West Midlands outfit that Phillips will cost £30m.
Despite that valuation, The Mirror claims that Wolves and Bournemouth are also showing an interest in the young Englishman ahead of the new Premier League campaign.
Phillips currently has two years remaining on his contract, but Leeds have offered him fresh terms with a pay rise in a bid to keep one of their key men at Elland Road.