According to Sky Sports, three Premier League clubs are chasing Malmo midfielder Jiloan Hamad, who will be a free agent in the summer.
The 22-year old Swedish international has less than a year left on his contract, with Norwich, Fulham and West Ham ready to sign a pre-contract agreement with the player in January.
Hamad's agent Ferhat Cifci has said there is lots of interest in his client:
"There are four clubs in England's Premier League who are showing great interest in Jiloan," Cifci told Sky Sports.
"There is also interest from clubs in Germany and France, but Jiloan's first choice is to play in the Premier League.
"He is a free agent in January and he is one of the best Bosman signings around and we are working on that at this time."
Hamad is captain of Swedish giants Malmo, and is originally of Kurdish descent. He is primarily a right midfielder, but can play across the middle of the park.
The young midfielder has experience in the Europa League, and after winning the Swedish top division title in 2010 is ready to make the move to a top European league.
Hamad has played 29 matches for Malmo this season, scoring 10 goals and gaining seven assists. He would be available on a free transfer at the end of the season, with a host of European clubs interested in the youngster's signature.