Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham are both interested in signing striker Callum Wilson from Bournemouth, according to a report by Sam Long in the Evening Standard.
Wilson was in fine form for The Cherries at the start of the season before suffering a major knee injury in an away tie with Stoke City in late September.
The 23-year-old had scored five goals in six games before the he ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament, including a hat-trick against the Hammers in a dramatic 4-3 win for Eddie Howe’s side.
Speaking to Sky Sports in October, Wilson said he was hoping to be back in action around April to help with Bournemouth’s fight to avoid relegation, although that does seem somewhat optimistic.
The likelihood is that the former Coventry City striker will not play again this campaign, and if the report from the Evening Standard is to be believed, Spurs and the Hammers will be hoping he is wearing their shirt, and not the black and red of Bournemouth.