Leicester City are reportedly interested in signing Wolverhampton Wanderers loanee Hwang Hee-Chan.
The attacker has managed to score four times in the Premier League throughout this campaign, although he is under contract with RB Leipzig until 2025.
Hwang has also found the back of the net on six occasions for South Korea after making 37 international appearances within his career to this point.
According to Football Insider, Leicester are interested in signing him, with the report noting that the German outfit could accept a deal in January, despite his loan lasting until the end of the season.
A fee of £18m is believed to be enough to secure him for the Foxes; however, his current deal with Wolves does allow them the chance to make the move permanent in the summer for £13m if they see fit.
However, the Foxes are reportedly in the market for a forward with the club keeping an eye on the situation with their top goalscorer Jamie Vardy.
The former England international will be 35-years-old next month and his current contract is set to run out in 2023.