Zoltan Gera's agent has done little to curb speculation surrounding his client's future at Fulham.
The Hungarian is reported to be interesting several clubs across Europe, having enjoyed a productive six-year stint in England.
From the Premier League, Liverpool and Sunderland are believed to be monitoring his situation, with the Reds now bossed by former Cottagers coach Roy Hodgson.
Elsewhere, German giants Werder Bremen are said to be preparing a move for the experienced forward after seeing him bag a hat-trick against them in a recent pre-season friendly.
Gera's representative admits there is a possibility a deal could be struck before the summer transfer window slams shut, and has attempted to tout his client's services to Liverpool.
"At the moment I don't want to comment on the news, but there is always a chance for a club change when a player has enjoyed such a great season, like Gera did," Vladan Filipovic told www.origo.hu.
"Mr Hodgson liked him very much at Fulham and that belief could be seen in Gera's performances, he played some great football."
Filipovic added: "I think his favoured position is behind the striker and there could be a place for him in the Liverpool starting line-up.
"They have signed Joe Cole, and there are several world-class players in the Liverpool squad, but they don't have a player in Gera's position who is as hard-working as him or as dangerous in front of goal.
"He showed with his hat-trick against Werder Bremen that his form is as good as it was last season."