Leeds United and Brentford are among a plethora of Football League clubs eyeing a move for Cliftonville striker Joe Gormley, according to FLW sources.
Gormley, 24, is on sensational form this season having amassed an incredible 41 goals this season for the Northern Irish outfit.
The striker was the top goalscorer in the NIFL Premiership in the 2013/14 season, and went on to become the first player in Cliftonville’s history to score over 30 goals in two separate campaigns.
Prior to joining Cliftonville, Gormley plied his trade for Crumlin Star, where he scored a sizeable 61 goals in just 24 appearances.
FLW understands that Neil Redfearn’s Leeds United and Brentford are among the clubs vying for the signature of the highly-rated attacker, with several bids expected to be placed for the forward over the summer.
Leeds currently sit in 16th place in the Sky Bet Championship, whilst Brentford are well in the play-off mix in the division, and sit in seventh place in the league.