Three Premier League sides are today linked to Cape Verde striker Djaniny Semedo, who currently plays for Al Ahli.
Portuguese outlet A Bola says West Ham United, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Everton are all following the 28-year-old.
It’s the Hammers who get most attention. A Bola writes that the club, ‘who could already have agreed with Marega’ from Porto, are now interested in Djaniny for the centre forward position as well.
Then the outlet says Everton and Wolves have ‘gathered information’ about the player too.
Djaniny started his career in Portugal, where he played for União Leiria, Benfica, Olhanense and Nacional. In 2014, he moved to North America, where he featured for Santos Laguna from Mexico.
Then the last summer, Saudi club Al Ahli signed the striker on a €10m deal. He’s made 29 appearances for them this season, and managed to score 23 goals, whilst adding eight assists. His contract with the club runs until 2022.