Sky Sports sources understand West Bromwich Albion have accepted £2million bids from Leicester City and Nottingham Forest for Ishmael Miller.
The striker is on the periphery at West Brom and turned down the chance to join Millwall on a season-long loan last month.
However, he could now be poised for a permanent exit away from The Hawthorns after the Baggies accepted bids from two Championship clubs.
Leicester have been long-term admirers of Miller and were keen on signing the 24-year-old on loan towards the end of 2010.
Foxes boss Sven Goran Eriksson worked with the powerful forward at Manchester City and is now trying to fix up a reunion.
Eriksson is eager to improve his striking options before the close of the transfer window and confirmed earlier in the week that Miller was one of several names on his list of targets.
He has now stepped up that interest by tabling an offer, which has been matched by Championship rivals Forest.
Steve McClaren is looking to make his mark on the City Ground squad after taking charge in the summer and is jostling his former England colleague for Miller's signature.