According to Dominic Shawcross, Leeds United and Swansea are both interested in signing Matej Vydra this summer from Derby County.
The striker was in fine form last season for the Rams as he helped them into a top-six spot.
He could not, however, get them into the Premier League and with them set to try and save some costs under Frank Lampard, he could now leave the club.
The Daily Mail had already reported that Leeds were keen on the 26-year-old and it looks as though the Swans have joined them in the race for his signature with Derby open to the right offers:
Leeds and Swansea both shown interest in Matej Vydra at Derby. Can leave for the right price.
— Dominic Shawcross (@domshawcross) June 13, 2018
Vydra is a proven Championship goal-scorer and would surely improve either side’s attacking options if he was to arrive this summer.
He’s got plenty of years left in him, too, and is approaching his prime so would likely be a hit with both sets of fans.
Vydra is a man who could change the fortunes of any side if he can replicate last season’s form.
He knows where the net is in the second tier and both sides could do with that as they aim for promotion in 2018/19.
Thoughts, Leeds and Swansea fans? Let us know below!