Premier League side Aston Villa are eyeing up AFC Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter, according to the Daily Star.
Tim Sherwood is eyeing up a number of Championship stars to help his rebuild at Villa Park and wants central midfielder Arter to join his revolution.
Leeds United youngsters Alex Mowatt and Lewis Cook (both central midfielders) are two targets for Villa, as well as a number of top Premier League sides.
Ipswich Town prodigies Tyrone Mings (left back) and Teddy Bishop (also a central midfielder), who are both being monitored by the big six.
Arter has been one of the many stars for Bournemouth this season scoring eight goals from midfield and becoming a Republic of Ireland international.
A move would almost certainly depend on whether Bournemouth clinch promotion to the Premier League in the remaining two games in the Championship season.
After failing to beat Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday and drawing 2-2, Bournemouth drop to second in the division and have accumulated 84 points this season, a point off leaders Watford.