Bournemouth forward Jamal Lowe is set to leave on-loan this month with more than a dozen clubs in the mix to land his signature, TEAMtalk understands.
The 28-year-old striker joined The Cherries a year go ago from Swansea in a £1.5million deal and helped them seal promotion to the top-flight.
However, since their promotion to the Premier League he has been limited to just two appearances for Bournemouth.
Now a host of clubs are looking to claim his signature and give him regular game time in the process.
We understand Norwich and QPR are leading the chase for him, although League One leaders Ipswich Town are also hoping they could pull of a huge coup and persuade him to move to Suffolk.
Lowe has scored 114 goals in 418 career appearances, while his best spell came in non-league at Hampton & Richmond Borough.
During his time at Dean Court, the experienced frontman has notched eight times in 39 outings.
Lowe was born in England and actually played for the England C team, before making his full international debut for Jamaica in 2021.
He has gone on to score twice in four appearances for the Reggae Boyz.