Middlesbrough midfielder Lewis Wing is being looked at by Brighton, Southampton and Bournemouth ahead of a possible transfer, according to TEAMtalk.
The website claims that the 24-year-old has impressed the three Premier League teams, and bids are expected from the trio in the summer.
Boro are not in a position to refuse good offers for their players due to their financial situation. They will lose their parachute payments at the end of this season, and they will need to balance the books to stay in line with the Football League’s Financial Fairplay rules.
The Teessiders sold first choice keeper Darren Randolph to West Ham for £4m in the January transfer window, and Wing is another sellable asset after putting in some very good performances under manager Jonathan Woodgate this season.
The midfielder has made 30 appearances for Middlesbrough in the Championship so far this campaign, scoring six goals and contributing one assist.