Chelsea and Liverpool face competition from La Liga outfit Granada in the race to sign Medo Kamara, according to reports in Spain.
Spanish website Fichajes.com claims that El Graná have added the 24-year-old to their list of possible transfer targets, with the defensive midfielder lined-up as a player to help Abel Resino's side in their fight against relegation from the top flight.
Both Chelsea and Liverpool are keen on the player though, according to reports in The Sun last week, with Andre Villas-Boas and Kenny Dalglish eager to add the defensive midfielder in an effort to strengthen in the centre of the park.
The same report claimed the Blues were in the driving seat in the race for the Sierra Leone international though, with the appointment of ex-Chelsea manager Avram Grant at the Serbian SuperLiga champions giving the west London outfit an advantage.
With a Finnish passport at his disposal, Kamara isn't in need of a work permit to play in England, but the same applies for Spanish clubs and Granada will be hoping to lure the four-cap international to Los Cármenes.