Fulham, Twente and Vitesse are locked in the battle for Sporting Lisbon winger Zakaria Labyad, according to O Jogo.
The 20-year-old is currently training with the reserves and is set to leave the Lions in the January transfer window.
Having last played for Sporting in April 2013, the Moroccan is desperate to quit Estadio Jose Alvalade in search of first team football and it appears he will have no shortage of offers in the coming days.
O Jogo has learned that Twente and Vitesse are prepared to offer the winger a chance to return to Dutch Eredivisie, while Premier League side Fulham are also keen.
Having been regarded as one of world’s hottest prospects at the time when he left PSV Eindhoven to join Sporting, Labyad still has plenty of time to prove his potential, and it is hardly surprising several high-profile clubs are interested in his signature, especially given that he is likely to be available on a cut-price deal.