FC Midtjylland star Jens Cajuste is ‘hunted’ by Wolverhampton Wanderers, Leeds United and Crystal Palace.
That’s according to SportExpressen, who say the interest from England has ‘intensified’ in the 21-year-old.
It’s claimed Wolves, Leeds and Palace have a ‘concrete interest’ in the player, and the trio are in discussion with both Cajuste’s representatives and his club.
The three Premier League sides ‘want to recruit’ the Sweden international this summer and are ‘prepared to place a bid’ to acquire his services.
There’s no mention of who among Wolves, Leeds and Palace are leading the chase and SportExpressen even asks whether or not these three clubs or one of them can find an agreement with Midtjylland for transfer.
Cajuste has now returned for pre season training but did not take part in the Danish club’s midweek Champions League qualifier against Celtic.
The outlet suggests his absence could be down to Midtjylland not wanting to ‘risk anything because of a big sale may be imminent’.
Wolves, Leeds, Palace and even Newcastle United are keen and with Cajuste set to leave Midtjylland, it’ll be interesting to see where he will end up this summer.