Everton, Watford and Middlesbrough are all watching Huddersfield Town forward Elias Kachunga ahead of a potential summer deal, according to The Mirror.
The 24-year-old joined the Championship side on a season-long loan from the Bundesliga team Ingolstadt over the summer and has been a revelation since moving to England.
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The forward has been a central part of the Terriers’ push for promotion to the Premier League this campaign, with 11 goals in 33 appearances all competitions and they reportedly have the option to sign him for Ł1.5 million at the end of his temporary spell.
However, with his current form the German has been attracting some interest from the top-flight, with Everton, Watford and Middlesbrough allegedly all keeping an eye on his situation as they begin to identify their summer transfer targets.
With Huddersfield currently third in the Championship with 61 points and in the mix for a place in the Premier League, if they do end up getting promoted then Kachunga may well choose to stay with the team as he knows he fits in and is comfortable at the club.