Sky Sports understands Queens Park Rangers are ready to listen to offers for goalkeeper Paddy Kenny.
QPR boss Mark Hughes is in the market for a new goalkeeper and, if he brings in a new No.1, he is ready to let Kenny move on.
Kenny impressed for QPR this season by playing a key role in their survival in the Premier League.
The likes of Ben Foster and Rob Green have been linked with moves to Loftus Road and news of Kenny's possible availability has alerted a number of clubs.
With Kenny in the final year of his contract, Hughes is thought to be willing to sell the 34-year-old for a knockdown fee in the region of £300,000.
Leeds are thought to be leading the race for Kenny with Whites boss Neil Warnock keen on being reunited with the custodian for a fourth time having worked with him at Bury, Sheffield United and QPR.
Several other sides are also monitoring Kenny's situation at Loftus Road knowing the keeper could be a bargain signing this summer.