Premier League sides Sunderland and Fulham are showing interest in Hamburg midfielder Tomas Rincon, according to The Sun.
The 25-year-old has a contract until the end of the season and everything suggests he won’t be signing a new deal at Imtech Arena.
Rincon has just rejected the latest contract offer from Hamburg, which is enough to suggest he will be leaving the club at the earliest opportunity.
The Sun reports that Sunderland and Fulham are lining up January bids for the Venezuela international, with the midfielder likely to be available for £2.2 million.
This summer, Rincon was linked with a move to Hull City, with Hamburg confirming at the time they would consider any offer for the midfielder.
Tomas Rincon joined Hamburg from Deportivo Tachira in January 2009, and has since featured in 88 Bundesliga matches, but hasn’t managed to register a single goal. Meanwhile he started 9 matches for Venezuela in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers.