Bundesliga outfit Freiburg have confirmed that Blackburn Rovers have tabled a bid for in-demand striker Papiss Cisse.
The 25-year-old has been in superb form for the club following his move from French side Metz in 2009.
The talented striker is the second-highest Bundesliga scorer this term with an impressive 22 goals.
However, Blackburn could face competition for his services with Arsenal, Liverpool and Fulham also reportedly in the hunt.
"I can confirm that Blackburn have made us an offer," Freiburg sporting director Dirk Dufner told Kicker.
Cisse is under contract at Freiburg and a bid in the region of €15million (£13.35m) could be enough to secure a deal.
Martin Olsson scored Blackburn's winner against Bolton on Saturday, a goal that moved Rovers three points clear of the drop zone.
Rovers boss Steve Kean has come under fire since replacing Sam Allardyce due to their poor results, although Olsson insists their new manager has given players more chance to express themselves.
"I've got nothing bad to say about Sam," said Olsson. "He's a good manager and he brought us points, but Steve has given the young ones a chance to express ourselves even more.
"You have to move on, you can't think too much about the past. It's not just the manager's fault that we've found ourselves in this position - it's the players' fault as well.
"Hopefully it will work out better next year. I don't think I've ever scored such an important goal. I hope it's the goal that keeps Blackburn up."