Newcastle United and West Ham are said to be interested in signing Super Eagles forward Emmanuel Dennis this summer.
Both clubs are said to very keen on signing the Nigerian striker from relegated Watford ahead of next season according to the Mirror.
The report says Watford who values Emmanuel Dennis between £20-30m might be open to cashing in on the star asset should the right offer comes.
Emmanuel Dennis is said to have a relegation clause in his contract – an arrangement that sees him earn less than his current wage since Watford will be playing in the Championship next season.
Newcastle are also said to interested in signing Dennis whom Watford signed for £3million from Belgian side Club Brugge last summer.
But West Ham are the one said to be eager to make a move for the Nigerian.
If any deal is agreed, Club Brugge who inserted a sell-on on the deal that took Emmanuel Dennis to Watford would be getting a huge windfall.
Emmanuel Dennis scored 10 Premier League goals for Watford this season.