Sheffield United are among the clubs interested in Celta Vigo winger Emre Mor, according to the Sun.
Fellow promoted sides Aston Villa and Norwich City are also keen on Mor, who could be allowed to leave for free this summer.
This is despite the fact the 21-year-old still has three years left to run on his current contract.
The problem is that disciplinary issues have marred Mor throughout his career. Celta no longer want him on their books.
It has only been two years since the Spanish club were moved to pay Borussia Dortmund a club record fee of £11.7m for the attacker.
Mor had only been at Dortmund for a little over a year before moving to La Liga, falling out with former manager Thomas Tuchel.
The Yellow and Blacks paid £9m for the Turkey international – who has 15 caps and one goal – after impressing at Nordsjaelland.
Born in Denmark, Mor left Lyngby’s youth setup because of problems with his attitude. He has since had issues under Juan Carlos Unzue and Miguel Cardoso at Celta.
However, despite his problems off the pitch, Mor’s talent on it keeps earning him second chances. Which is why the £5m fee being rumoured could be a gamble worth taking.
Could Emre Mor succeed at Sheffield United?
Blades boss Chris Wilder isn’t scared to take risks in the transfer market. For example, he re-signed Ched Evans in 2017 following the striker’s prison spell.
Former Sheffield Wednesday forward Gary Madine – another player who has served time – arrived on loan from Cardiff City in January.
Yet discipline issues aside, there could be question marks over whether Mor would fit in tactically at Bramall Lane. The youngster generally operates on the wing, but United do not play wide attackers.
Their width comes from wing-backs, so would Mor even have a role to play in the team?