Sheffield Wednesday could soon have one fewer rival in their pursuit of the West Bromwich Albion striker Kenneth Zohore.
Wednesday are in discussions with West Brom about a season-long loan for the Dane according to Yorkshire Live.
It comes after Zohore was followed on Instagram by Att Chansiri, son of the Owls chairman Dejphon Chansiri.
He had previously been linked with a move to Middlesbrough, with The Northern Echo reporting that Boro had made an attempt to reunite Zohore with his former Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock.
But Middlesbrough are now closing in on a different striker target, according to Football Insider.
The website claims the former Arsenal man, Yaya Sanogo, has agreed a free transfer move to The Riverside Stadium and will undergo a medical at the club on Thursday.
Boro already employ Britt Assombalonga and Ashley Fletcher in Zohore’s position and it is unclear whether the Teessiders would want to continue strengthening if Sanogo arrives.
Warnock is known for his hoarding of centre-forwards, although Wednesday will hope the former Sheffield United manager is left satisfied on this occasion.
Zohore is said to have been made surplus to requirements at West Brom, little more than a year after the Baggies paid Cardiff a reported fee of £8 million to sign him.
Where will the West Brom player end up?