Premier League side Burnley and Championship side Wigan are plotting moves to sign Preston North End winger Chris Humphrey, according to Sky Sports.
The winger joined Preston from Motherwell on a free transfer at the beginning of this past season on a two-year deal and is currently entering the final 12 months of his contract.
The highly rated Jamaican winger has impressed many in his debut season for the club and it thought to be wanting a move to a more reputable league.
It was reported that Leeds United were looking to make the winger their first summer signing. However, they now face very stern competition from Burnley and Wigan.
Both sides are looking to add pace to their team whilst Burnley are looking to add Humphrey to bring pace and skill to their squad for their return to the Premier League.
It is not known as to how much Preston are asking for the 26-year old but they are desperate to keep him at the club next season.