Angelos Charisteas' agent has claimed Ipswich are interested in signing the Greek striker.
The 28-year-old looks set to leave Nurnberg this summer following their relegation from the Bundesliga and he is open to offers.
Ipswich have been linked with an ambitious swoop for Charisteas, who famously scored the winning goal for Greece against Portugal in the final of Euro 2004.
Portman Road boss Jim Magilton is keen to bolster his attacking options and he is ready to battle it out for the signature of the Greek international.
Charisteas' agent Paul Koutsoliakos has admitted he is aware of interest from Ipswich and claimed his client would be keen on a move to England.
"I am aware there is interest from Ipswich and I believe they have spoken to Nurnberg," Koutsoliakos told skysports.com.
"There is interest from a lot of clubs, but nothing is fixed right now.
"It all depends on the clubs interested and the offers made for him.
"Angelos would be interested in a move to England, but it all depends on whether or not it is a good possibility for him."