Leeds United are set to confirm the signing of striker Jay-Roy Grot from Dutch side NEC Nijmegen - and they are being linked with Middlesbrough's Rudy Gestede.
Leeds are looking for reinforcements in the attacking third of the pitch following the departure of Chris Wood to Burnley following his 30-goal haul last term, as well as the mutual agreement to terminate Souleymane Doukara's contract.
And it looks as though 19-year-old Grot - who bagged five times in 20 Dutch Eredivisie outings in 2016/17 - could be the first replacement in the Elland Road door.
The Yorkshire Evening Post are reporting that terms are being finalised over a £1.5m move for Grot, who is set to complete a medical this morning.
A £6m bid for Boro forward Gestede, meanwhile, was reportedly turned down earlier this week - but Leeds are still believed to be interested.
Elsewhere, Derby County boss Gary Rowett says the Rams will not be overpaying for players before the end of the transfer window.
The ex-Burton Albion manager has already secured the services of Curtis Davies, Andre Wisdom, Tom Huddlestone and Tom Lawrence at Pride Park this summer.
And while he is keen to add more new faces to the Derby side, he will only be doing it for the right price.
"The key is if a deal falls right and it is the right type of deal then they are the ones we will do," he told the Derby Telegraph.
"I think when you get to this stage of the window, other clubs start to get a little more desperate than ourselves.
"We want to add at the right price and the right value.
"What we are not going to do is overpay for players, it is as simple as that."