Former Arsenal forward Jeremie Aliadiere could be on his way back to England, with as many as five Premier League clubs currently on his trail.
According to L’Equipe, Everton, Swansea, West Ham, Sunderland and Southampton are all interested in a summer deal for the French striker, who hit 15 goals for Ligue 1 side Lorient last season according to Talksport
Lyon and Marseille have also been monitoring his progress and look set to plan rivals bids for the Frenchman, though the 30-year-old might fancy the chance of proving himself in England once again.
A product of the Clairefontaine academy, Aliadiere failed to make the grade at Arsenal and scored just nine goals during eight years with the club.
He spent time on loan with Celtic, West Ham and Wolves before a permanent switch to Middlesbrough in 2007, during which he scored only 12 goals in three years.
But he has impressed since returning to France in 2011 and he could be on the move again – with English clubs reportedly circling.
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