According to the Morgenpost, Newcastle, Liverpool and Tottenham have all made contact with Pierre-Michel Lasogga, who is on loan from Hertha Berlin to Hamburg.
Lasogga is currently playing in the play-offs with Hamburg to avoid relegation, but it is unlikely that he would remain in Hamburg if the club moves down to the second division.
The 22-year-old striker has scored 13 goals in 20 games for Hamburg this season, and has managed to impress despite battling injuries.
He is renowned for his physical strength, making him a perfect fit for the Premier League, in which he is reportedly keen to play.
His future remains uncertain, as Hertha Berlin want him to return after the summer.
Berlin have offered him a contract extension, but if Hamburg stay in the Bundesliga, they will make a bid to buy him as well.
Furthermore, Wolfsburg and a handful of La Liga teams are rumoured to be interested, although Lasogga would apparently prefer England over Spain.
Lasogga told the Morgenpost that he has always dreamt of playing in the Premier League but that he will "deal with these things after the season is over."
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