Huddersfield are reportedly looking at bringing Leicester forward Ahmed Musa to the John Smith’s Stadium.
David Wagner is keen on bolstering his side ahead of the Terriers’ second season back in the top-flight, and has identified the Nigeria international as potential recruit.
The 25-year-old netted twice for Nigeria in Russia as the Super Eagles narrowly missed out on a place in the last-16.
World Cup star Musa has struggled since joining the Foxes for £16.6million two years ago – netting just five times in 33 game.
He has just two years left on his contract at the King Power Stadium, and has been deemed surplus to requirements by Claude Puel.
But they face competition from Fulham, who are also interested in the 2013 African Cup of Nations winner.
Wagner has been busy in the transfer market so far, having already signed Ramadan Sobhi, Terence Kongolo, Ben Hamer, Juninho Bacuna and Florent Hadergjonaj.
And Huddersfield are also in the race to nab Middlesbrough winger Adama Traore for £18m and Club Brugge winger Anthony Limbombe for £11m.