Liverpool outcast Nathaniel Clyne is set to leave Anfield this summer, with three Premier League sides reportedly interested in obtaining his signature [Sky Sports News].
The 28-year-old - who joined Liverpool from Southampton in 2015 - has fallen out of favour in Merseyside, with 20-year-old England international Trent Alexander-Arnold seemingly making the right-back birth his own after an extremely impressive season.
Joe Gomez is also now ahead of Clyne in the pecking order at Anfield, while versatile midfielder James Milner can also slot in at right-back should the Reds find themselves short of cover. This leaves Clyne's future at Liverpool more or less non-existent, with the club keen to offload him in the summer for around £15m.
Clyne, who has 14 senior caps for England, spent the second half of last season on loan at Bournemouth, making 15 appearances for the Cherries as they obtained a respectable 14th-placed finish in the Premier League. Eddie Howe was impressed with Clyne throughout the back end of last term and would like to make his signing permanent.
Bournemouth will have to battle it out with two other Premier League sides, though, with former club Crystal Palace reportedly keen on bringing him back to Selhurst Park, seven years after he departed the club for Southampton for £2.8m.
Current Eagles full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka is attracting interest from a host of top flight clubs - notably Manchester United - after his sensational debut season in the Premier League, so could well be heading for the exit door this summer.
Should that happen, it'll leave the south London outfit extremely short of cover in defence, which would make a move for Clyne even more probable. Having spent 13 years at Selhurst Park since beginning as a trainee in 1999, Clyne knows the club inside out so is thought to be interested in a move back to the capital.
West Ham United are the third club interested in Clyne; the east London outfit only have the ageing Pablo Zabaleta as cover for Ryan Fredericks in the right-back area, so could do with bringing in a reinforcement if they're to better their 10th-placed finish last season and push for European football next term.
It is not just English clubs thought to be tracking Clyne, however, with Serie A giants Napoli also in the market for a new right-back this summer.
Fellow England international Kieran Trippier is also understood to be on the Italians radar, though it seems unlikely that Spurs would allow their first choice right-back to leave, especially after he helped guide them to their first ever Champions League final this season.