Southampton striker Charlie Austin is holding out for a transfer to a Premier League team this summer.
The Saints forward is not interested in dropping back down to the Championship and is waiting for a top tier side to lodge a bid.
According to The Daily Echo, Austin has rejected West Brom already this summer, but no Premier League side has made a formal offer for him thus far.
The report does, however, claim that Aston Villa and Sheffield United have both shown signs of interest in the experienced forward.
Austin endured a frustrating 2018/19 campaign, as he scored just two goals in the Premier League for Saints – one against Tottenham and one against Arsenal.
The former QPR man has been told to train away from the first-team and was excluded from the pre-season tour of Austria, as Ralph Hasenhuttl has made it clear that he will not be in his squad next season.
Players who could leave Southampton
Lemina looks almost certain to leave the club.
Clasie spent last season away on loan and has not been included in Southampton’s pre-season squad.
Hoedt has been linked with a shock move to AC Milan.
Forster is wasted at the club as a third-choice goalkeeper.
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