Aberdeen FC were today linked with a summer move Bournemouth striker Jayden Stockley.
The 22-year-old is out of contract in the summer and has scored 10 goals in League Two since joining Exeter City on loan in January.
Stockley made his Bournemouth debut as a 15-year-old in 2009, but last played for the club when they were in League One in March 2012.
Exeter boss Paul Tisdale this week tabled an offer to Stockley to make him a permanent signing.
League Two Portsmouth, where Stockley was on loan in the first half of the season, are also reportedly keen on securing the six foot two striker.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes is likely to be in the hunt for a striker in the summer to bolster the squad for another title push.
Welsh international striker Simon Church’s loan spell from MK Dons is set to expire at the end of the campaign.
Dons striker David Goodwillie has been on loan at Ross County since January and his Pittodrie deal is also up when the season closes.
Aberdeen FC and McInnes have a policy of not commenting on any transfer speculation.