Cardiff City striker Fraizer Campbell is left to decide which of his two Premier League suitors Leicester City and Crystal Palace is best for his career, after the Championship side accepted bids from the duo.
Both clubs have tabled an offer equal to the player’s release clause, believed to be around £900,000.
Campbell, 23, scored nine goals for Cardiff in all competitions last season as they were relegated from the Premier League.
Most of the Welsh club’s key player’s from the previous campaign are quitting for more top-flight football, with defender Gary Medel reported to be in the books of Galatsaray.
Centre-back Steven Caulker has already joined newly promoted Queens Park Rangers.
New boys Leicester have already signed Leonardo Ulloa for a club-record £8m from Brighton.
Goalkeeper Chris Kettings is the only permanent arrival at Crystal Palace from Blackpool.