Laliga giants Barcelona have received five offers for striker Martin Braithwaite.
Barca have brought in four new players including strikers Memphis Depay and Sergio Aguero in a clear indication that Braithwaite will be a surplus to requirement in the coming season.
The Danish striker is expected to be on his way out of Camp Nou having arrived at the club in February last year from Leganes as an emergency signing following an injury to Ousmane Dembele.
The Blaugrana had to meet his €18 million release clause to bring him on board, although, it had been made clear at the time that he would only be a stop-gap solution. He featured 42 times in all competitions in 2020/21, with only 15 of them being starts.
According to reports from SPORT, the 30-year-old is valued at €9 million, is on the radar of four Premier League clubs, namely West Ham United, Burnley, Brighton & Hove Albion, along with the newly-promoted Norwich City, all of whom have made inquiries for the Dane.
Apart from the English clubs, the player is also courting interest from an unnamed club from Russia, who have already tabled an offer and are in negotiations with Barcelona over a summer switch.
Braithwaite has been in good form for the Danish national team in the ongoing UEFA Euro 2020, which could potentially boost his transfer value.