Lyon striker Moussa Dembele is attracting the attention of a trio of Premier League clubs including Leeds United when his contract runs out on 30 June.
The former Fulham and Celtic striker has been left on the bench for the last five matches by Lyon boss Laurent Blanc with the former Manchester United man deciding to put his trust in club captain Alexander Lacazette instead with the Lyon number 10 netting four times in an astonishing 5-4 comeback win against Montpellier at the weekend, including an 100th-minute penalty.
Moussa Dembele set for Premier League switch?
And the former France under-21 international will leave the club at the end of the season with Leeds, Aston Villa, and West Ham all interested in the striker according to the Birmingham Mail, whose career has halted somewhat since his eye-catching performances at Celtic earned him a move to Lyon in 2018 for $24m.
However, only three league goals this term has left the forward out of the team and looking for a new club but at just 26 years old, the striker still has a lot to offer and the Premier League could suit the 6ft 2in forward’s physical style of play.