Chesterfield have made a ‘significant’ offer to a striker with Championship experience in the belief that he’d make a big impact in League Two.
Derbyshire Times sources suggest that the player would become one of the club’s highest earners should he opt for a move to the Proact.
The frontman is thought to be on the radar of at least one Championship club, so his capture is seen as a potential coup by the Spireites.
In a statement on the club’s website director Ashley Carson confirmed: “We have made an offer to a highly experienced player who has played at a high level.
“If he accepts the offer, it would represent a substantial investment in the squad.”
Meanwhile Town have been given permission to speak to a midfielder, having agreed a transfer fee with his non-league employers.
Gary Caldwell has already dipped into non-league this summer to bring in striker Gozie Ugwu from National League side Woking.
And Chesterfield have previously been linked with Halifax promotion heroes Jordan Sinnott and Matty Kosylo.