WEST Ham, Tottenham and Newcastle are all interested in Cherries striker Callum Wilson, according to Sky Sports.

The media outlet claims Cherries are “expected to seek a fee in excess of £20million to sell” England frontman Wilson, who has scored 67 goals in 187 games for the Dorset outfit.

Wilson struck eight times from 35 Premier League matches this season – but Eddie Howe’s men were relegated after five years in the top flight on Sunday.

Signed from Coventry for around £3million in July 2014, 28-year-old Wilson penned a four-year contract with Cherries in July 2019.

Meanwhile, Sky are also reporting a quartet of clubs are tracking Cherries playmaker David Brooks.

The likes of West Ham, Newcastle, Crystal Palace and Leicester are all keen on the 23-year-old, who featured in all nine Premier League games for Cherries after lockdown.

Brooks had spent more than a year out of action previously, having undergone two operations on an ankle problem sustained last pre-season.

He scored his only goal of the 2019-20 campaign in a 2-1 defeat to Manchester City earlier this month.