Championship sides Bournemouth, Wolves and Nottingham forest have had bids for Coventry City striker Callum Wilson rejected according to the Bournemouth Echo.
Bournemouth are looking to replace Lewis Grabban who departed for Norwich City for a club record fee and have targeted the 22 goal wonder as his replacement.
Wolves are looking to strengthen their squad for their return to the Championship and following the possible exit of Kevin Doyle to QPR, Wilson was believed to be a key target for the club.
Nottingham Forest did originally want Wilson as one of the two strikers to be signed this week.
However, following the recent free transfer signing of Matty Fryatt from Hull City and the proposed deal to bring Lars Veldwijk to the club from Excelsior, this move seems to be dead.
There is one more team from the Championship to have had a bid rejected for the 22-year old striker but this team is currently unnamed.
It is thought that Coventry are holding out for an offer around £2 million to £3 million for their top-goalscorer whom they hope will be able to propel the club into the Championship next campaign.