Werder Bremen’s Eren Dinkçi has ended up in the sights of Brentford for the winter market.

Operating mainly on the right wing, the 20-year-old has one assist from 13 appearances in all competitions for the second division German club this season. Despite his not-so-impressive stats, Thomas Frank’s side have looked at the forward.

That’s according to Bild, who state the Premier League side checked with both Werder Bremen and the player whether a transfer in the ongoing window is feasible.

The 2. Bundesliga side ‘blocked’ the Bees’ approach for the Germany U20 international’s exit as they ‘won’t give up Dinkçi’ this month.

Niclas Füllkrug and Marvin Ducksch are the first-choice forwards for Werder Bremen, but the club lack enough back-up and cover for the duo.

Roger Assalé has struggled for minutes, while manager Ole Werner has been without Nick Woltemade for most of the season due to an injury. Therefore, the German club have no intention of letting Dinkçi join Brentford in January.

The English club’s effort to check the feasibility to sign Dinkçi was ‘blocked’ by Werder Bremen.