According to The Sun, West Ham United and Leicester City are interested in signing Tottenham Hotspur striker Fernando Llorente in the summer transfer window.
Llorente is out of contract at Tottenham this summer, and the Spanish striker is available on a free transfer.
The Sun has claimed that both West Ham and Leicester are looking to add the 34-year-old striker to their respective squads as a free signing.
The Hammers need a replacement for Andy Carroll, whose injury-plagued spell at the London club comes to an end this summer as he is out on contract.
With Shinji Okazai leaving Leicester this summer, manager Brendan Rodgers wants a striker to support Jamie Vardy.
Llorente has struggled to make a huge impact at Tottenham during the two years he has been at the North London outfit, but the Spaniard played well for Swansea City during the 2016-17 campaign, scoring 15 goals and providing one assist in 33 Premier League appearances for the Swans, according to WhoScored.