Leeds United striker Chris Wood reportedly wants out of Elland Road after the Whites slapped a £20 million price-tag on his head, according to the Daily Star.
The Championship side have already rejected an initial bid of £12m from Burnley, and are demanding a fee in the region of around £20 million for their star striker, who bagged 27 goals last season.
Clarets boss Sean Dyche is reportedly desperate to land the New Zealand forward - but will look elsewhere if Leeds continue to drive the price up.
And Wood is said to have told Leeds that he wants to join the Turf Mood side, but is worried the move could collapse if Elland Road chiefs fail to lower their asking price.
Sunderland midfielder Didier N'Dong is the subject of interest from French side Lyon according to the Sunderland Echo.
The 23-year-old - who joined Sunderland from Lorient last summer for a club record fee of £13.6 million, has made a good start to the Black Cats' Championship campaign.
His performances have caught the eye of Lyon, who sold star striker Alexandre Lacazette to Arsenal this summer for around £50 million - and will now want to re-invest some of that cash.