QPR midfielder Eberechi Eze is one of the most exciting prospects outside the Premier League.
The Nigerian has scored 12 goals and chipped in with eight assists so far this season and the Hoops will face a major battle to hold onto him this summer.
Here are the five clubs who could move for the 21-year-old:
Jose Mourinho’s side have been linked with the Super Eagles prospect in this campaign and have proven to be a great home for young English talent over recent times. If they can provide Eze with regular first-team football, then going to the fellow London side could be a sensible move for him.
West Ham United
The Hammers may see the Championship as a new market for their recruitment. They signed winger Jarrod Bowen from Hull City in the January transfer window and could see Eze as another youngster to move for in the near future.
Roy Hodgson’s side would provide the Nigerian guaranteed regular football in the top flight. Eze would add more creativity into their team for next season and would work well in the middle with Wilfried Zaha on the wing.
The Blades have moved for second-tier players since their promotion, signing the likes of Oli McBurnie, Ben Osborn, Luke Freeman and Jack Robinson. Could they splash the cash this summer for another Championship star in Eze?
With the prospect of European football in the next campaign, the Foxes may need more depth in their squad and Eze would be perfect for them as competition with James Maddison in the centre-attacking midfield position.
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