Doncaster Rovers are thought to be interested in Motherwell winger Chris Cadden.
According to the Daily Record, the twenty-two-year-old has caught the eye of the League One side.
Cadden, who has two caps for Scotland, made twenty-three appearances this season, having missed four months of the campaign due to a knee injury he picked up at Ibrox in November.
Having come through the ranks at Fir Park, the talented winger has made one-hundred and thirty-nine appearances in total, scoring on twelve occasions.
The Express is also reporting Rovers interest in Cadden, whose current deal with the Well runs out at the end of the season. If he did make the switch south of the border a compensation fee would be due to Motherwell.
Cadden is also thought to be of interest to Aberdeen and Hearts, but Motherwell are believed to be hopeful the young winger will remain with them and sign a new two-year deal.
Speaking about the prospect of a summer move, Cadden recently told the Motherwell Times: ‘Everybody knows I love the place. I’ve been brought up here, so of course, I’d like to stay.’
Rovers may have a battle on their hands if they are keen on Cadden.
However they might need to be careful, many Motherwell fans feel his performance have dropped off in the last eighteen months, and his recent long lay-off with injury is a concern.
Nonetheless, if he can recapture the form that earnt him two Scottish caps, the manager might end up with a top player on his hands.