Orel Mangala is heading to the Premier League, according to BILD, with Crystal Palace, West Ham, and Nottingham Forest as potential destinations.
VfB Stuttgart had slapped a 13 million price tag on their No.23s in an effort to deter those who wanted his services.
Crystal Palace, West Ham, and Nottingham Forest have all shown up to meet Bundesliga sides' demands, with Mangala set to choose between the three in the coming days.
After making 29 appearances in all competitions last season, he scored one goal while also providing four assists for the German club.
Mangala has been identified as a viable alternative to Amadou Onana, a fellow Belgian striker, whom West Ham is having trouble pursuing despite offering him 30 million for his signature.
Patrick Vieira might also be targeting the former Crystal Palace coach as an alternative to Morgan Gibbs-White, who became a target for the Eagles after losing to West Ham.
Nottingham Forest has already bid 9 million for Mangala, and they seem to be the most interested in signing the Belgian.
Mangala should select Selhurst Park as his next destination, rather than a visit to the London Stadium or the City Ground.
Why is Vieira here in south London, a man who was one of the best midfielders of his generation, and perhaps one of the best players to have ever played the game.
Mangala has the chance to work directly under the Frenchman, which might be too good to refuse if BILD is to be trusted.
If we were in the shoes of Mangalas, David Moyes and Steve Cooper are excellent coaches. However, Vieira's presence would sway us to SE25.
The Belgian should make a decision in the coming days, according to the BILD state, so keep an eye on the situation.