Iceland centre-half Ragnar Sigurdsson is reportedly on the radar of a number of Premier League clubs, including Leicester and Tottenham.
Sigurdsson scored the equaliser and was named man of the match as Iceland embarrassed England in their Euro 2016 last-16 clash on Monday and the Krasnodar defender’s form has made clubs across Europe take notice.
The Guardian reports that Bundesliga sides Schalke and Wolfsburg have already made an approach for the 30-year-old, but Sigurdsson is said to favour a switch to the Premier League.
Champions Leicester and Spurs are both said to have made contact with the central defender’s representatives while the Guardian also credits Liverpool with an interest.
Sigurdsson, who is under contract with Krasnodar until 2018, would cost around £4million.