Hamburger SV could reportedly be prepared to take £9m misfit Brown Ideye off West Bromwich Albion’s hands this month.
Sacked Albion boss Alan Irvine signed the Nigerian striker from Dynamo Kiev for a club-record fee in the summer, but has scored only one Premier League goal.
Tony Pulis is willing to let him leave in the January transfer window in order to make room for a forward of his own choosing, and may find a suitor in Hamburg.
Sky Sports News claims that the German outfit are interested in taking Ideye on loan until the end of the season.
Blackburn Rovers frontman Rudy Gestede and Liverpool’s Rickie Lambert are believed to be among Pulis’s targets.
Ideye has scored twice for the Baggies since joining in the summer.