Premier League giants Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool are on alert as Borussia Dortmund winger Jakub Blaszczykowski is set to leave Signal Iduna Park, according to talkSPORT.
The Polish international is disappointed with the lack of game time and did not feature in any of the three games for the German giants this season.
According to Bild, Real Betis are considering a move for the midfielder but may struggle to match his wage demands.
The right winger made a switch to Signal Iduna Park from Wisla Krakow in 2007 and has been a regular figure in the club’s starting lineup, only for injuries in recent years to see his first team appearances being limited.
The winner earns £1.8 million annually ($2.8m) and is looking for a pay rise. German publication Bild claims Spanish clubs Real Betis and Sevilla are also after the player’s signature before the end of the ongoing window.
Bild claims that new manager Thomas Tuchel does not rate the player and does not include him in his future plans and if a permanent move is not finalised, he will allow the player to join Betis or Sevilla on loan and is prepared to pay a part of his wage.
Louis van Gaal could make an approach for Dortmund winger after missing out on Spain international Pedro, who completed a move to Chelsea from Barcelona.
Meeting the player’s wage demands will not be a trouble for United, considering the funds they have at their disposal.
Any move from the Red Devils will see them face competition from Liverpool and Arsenal, who are also interested in him.
The Polish superstar has 253 Dortmund appearances to his name and found the net 32 times setting up 52 more.
With 70 international caps to his name, he is also an experienced international who would benefit the three Premier League giants.
He won Bundesliga twice with Der BVB and was Dortmund Player of the Year in 2008. He is two times Polish footballer of the year also and it will be interesting to see where the future lies for the player.