Bournemouth chairman Eddie Mitchell has claimed the club are yet to receive an official bid for striker Brett Pitman.
Interest in the 22-year-old is said to be growing, and Sky Sports sources understand Blackpool are monitoring his situation closely.
A number of scouts attended the Cherries' impressive 5-1 victory over Peterborough on Saturday when Pitman scored a hat-trick.
Mitchell says no offers have been received for any of his players since the win but confirmed he has had "some enquiries" from interested parties.
He told the Daily Echo: "I was made aware that there were a number of scouts at the game on Saturday and any one of our players could be vulnerable after such a superb performance. The fact that so many bigger clubs are looking at our squad speaks for itself.
"If all the decisions were left to me, at this moment in time, I wouldn't entertain talks for any of the players. But football being football, if there were any acceptable bids, we wouldn't want to hold back players.
"If there is interest from a higher level, we are here to help them develop their careers as much as keep together a stable team.
"In my heart, I would love to keep intact the squad we have at least until the end of the season because I think we could achieve great things."