Yeovil Town trio Marek Stech, Bryon Webster and Luke Ayling are targets for Ipswich Town and Brentford, writes the Western Gazette.
All three are expected to leave Yeovil this summer despite being offered new contracts by the club.
It was announced last week that the goalkeeper and two defenders were offered new deals along with James Hayter and full back Seth Nana Twumasi.
Ipswich are understood to be monitoring both Webster and Ayling whilst Brentford are interested in goalkeeper Stech.
Stech, who has recently been called up to the Czech Republic squad for the first time to face Finland later this month, has given an indication to a Czech website that he will leave Huish Park this summer.
Talking to website Fotbal.idnes.cz, Stech said:
“I cannot play for the national team being in the third division. My Yeovil contract expires, though, so I will be a free agent.
“I have already talked to people from Sport Invest, who represent me and we have discussed the option to continue in the second division.
“I would like to spend at least one more year in the Championship where I can continue gaining experience. Then, of course, I would like to move upward. The Premier League is my dream.”
Yeovil will receive compensation for both Ayling and Stech as both are under the age of 24.
Elsewhere Reuben Reid is now a free agent having spent the most of his two-year spell at the Glovers on loan at Plymouth Argyle.