Eyong Enoh in Premier League sights, set to leave Standard Liege - sources

Cameroon midfielder Eyong Enoh has turned down a new deal at Standard Liege as he eyes a move to the Premier League, sources have told ESPN FC.

Enoh is being chased by a number of clubs across Europe after catching the eye for club and country.

The 30-year-old is keeping Alex Song out of the Cameroon side and has attracted the attention of several Premier League clubs.

New Everton boss Ronald Koeman is an admirer of Enoh and is weighing up a move to bring him to Goodison Park, while Koeman's former club Southampton have also been keeping tabs on him.

Crystal Palace have Enoh on their list of targets as they seek midfield reinforcements, while Hull City and Scottish champions Celtic are also in the hunt.

Enoh had a spell in the Premier League in 2013 when he joined Fulham on loan from Ajax in January, and sources close to the player told ESPN FC that he is keen to return to England.

He is entering the final year of his contract at Standard Liege, and the Belgian club are bracing themselves for offers.