Younes Kaboul is considering his future at Tottenham after dropping down the pecking order at White Hart Lane.
The highly-rated Frenchman has struggled to command a regular place in the Spurs starting XI since the arrival of Juande Ramos.
Spurs pulled off something of coup when signing Kaboul from Auxerre last summer, but the central defender has endured a mixed time in North London.
A number of clubs are thought to be monitoring Kaboul's situation and could make a move for the French Under 21 international if Spurs decide to offload him.
Kaboul's agent, Rudy Raba has confirmed the player is weighing up his future as he is keen to be playing on a regular basis.
Playing"Younes is happy at Tottenham, but the only problem at the minute is that he is not playing enough," Raba told skysports.com.
"His first priority is to stay and fight for his place unless Spurs decide to sell him.
"He was bought by Martin Jol and then Juande Ramos comes in and he has not played under him that much.
"It is his first season in England and he has made a few mistakes, but you do not become a bad player overnight."
InterestPortsmouth have been linked with a possible move for Kaboul and Raba admits Fratton Park would be an attractive proposition for the 22-year-old if the situation if a move did come about.
"Portsmouth were interested in Younes before he signed for Tottenham and it would be an interesting destination for him as they have a lot of French players there," added Raba.
"I know a lot of clubs would like to sign Younes if he became available with Lyon, Marseille, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Lazio all interested in him."