Liverpool defender Djimi Traore could be set to quit Anfield.
The Reds are believed to be ready to listen to offers for Traore, as they plan for next season.
The expected arrival of Brazilian defender Fabio Aurelio from Valencia would increase competition for places even more at the FA Cup winners and in the process restricting Traore's chances of playing regularly.
Traore is seeking a move away in search of first-team football after failing to hold down a place in Rafa Benitez's plans.
The player's agent Willie McKay revealed Liverpool were willing to let Traore leave for the right price and that a number of clubs were monitoring his situation.
"I have been told to try and find Djimi a new club," McKay told skysports.com.
"Djimi is keen to move to a club where he will be playing regularly and I am speaking to several clubs about him.
"We just hope Liverpool will be sympathetic when it comes to what they want for Djimi.
"He is the second-longest serving player currently at the club and he has been a great servant to them.
"He never cost much when he joined them and we hope we can agree on a fee for him to leave."
Manchester City have been linked with the versatile defender, as Stuart Pearce looks to add options to his squad for next season.