West Brom have reportedly made an £11m bid for Leicester City's Jeffrey Schlupp.
A story in the Mirror claims that the Baggies have tested the Premier League champions' resolve with a new bid after one of £9m was rejected earlier this summer.
The 23-year-old played a huge role in the Foxes' title win last season, however, he has been told that he could leave the club ahead of the upcoming term, as he won't be guaranteed major minutes.
West Brom can offer him just that, as he would be a regular starter in Tony Pulis' set-up.
The Ghanaian has made 142 appearances for Leicester since working his way up through the ranks, scoring 15 goals in the process.
Pulis is keen on adding the player to his squad, as he can provide versatility. Schlupp can play in a variety of roles, able to contribute at left-back, on the left wing, as well as up front.
The utility man would bring a whole lot to West Brom. He's obviously a great defender, but is also a very good dribbler and shooter of the ball.
Leicester would probably do well to keep him in their squad, but if the Mirror are to be believed, they view him as being surplus to requirements.
Claudio Ranieri - who recently signed a new contract at the club, which will double his wages - has already lost N'Golo Kante to Chelsea. However, the Italian tactician has managed to keep everyone else so far, as well as bringing a few great additions in.