- Eberechi Eze has increasingly become a target for Leeds United, Crystal Palace and West Ham
- The 22-year-old had a fantastic season with Queens Park Rangers in the Championships last term
- Eze has also been linked with a mover to Premier League club Tottenham
Ebeerchi Eze has been linked with three Premier League sides after a successful 2019-20 campaign with Queen's Park Rangers.
And the Loftus Road outfit have stated to clubs willing to sign the 22-year-old that they would only listen to offers from £20miilion.
Newly-promoted Leeds United, Crystal Palace and West Ham have made their intentions known about the midfielder who is regarded as the most naturally gifted player outside the Premier League.
Tottenham have also been on the trail of the British-born Nigerian star who recorded a remarkable 14 goals and 14 assists in the last Championship campaign.
Eze finished off the season with a wonderful strike against West Brom in the 2-2 draw at the Hawthorns.
And that could likely be his last game for the London outfit and QPR know they will not be able to stop him playing in the English topflight division next term.
Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa has identified Eze as the creative spark his team will need in the Premier League next season.
The Yorkshire club had made a bid for Eze during the January transfer window and it is understood and Leeds told QPR that they would come in with a firm bid if they were promoted.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Gernot Rohr has finally spoken out about inviting Queens Park Rangers star Eberechi Eze and Arsenal sensation Bukayo Saka to play for the national team.
The English-born Nigerians have been shining brightly in the Championships and the Premier League and the pair have featured for England at under-age levels.
But both Eze and Saka can still switch allegiance to play for the Super Eagles just as the likes of Alex Iwobi, Ola Aina and Joe Aribo did.
Legit.ng also reported that Queens Park Rangers midfielder Eberechi Eze says he is in no rush to make any decision about his international future.
The 21-year-old Greenwich-born star has featured for the England U20 and 21 national teams but yet to be called to the Three Lions camp.
However, his affiliation with Nigeria qualifies him to represent the country at the senior national team level.
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