Uruguayan striker Walter Pandiani is reported to be negotiating a return to the Premier League.
The 32-year-old endured an ill-fated spell at Birmingham between 2005 and 2006, but is keen for another opportunity to prove himself in England.
The powerful front man shone initially on his arrival at St Andrews, scoring four goals during a successful loan spell.
However, having persuaded then Blues boss Steve Bruce to sign him on a permanent deal he failed to replicate his early heroics.
Struggling for fitness and form he was shipped off to Espanyol in January 2006.
He is currently on the books of Primera Liga side Osasuna, but has been linked with both Fulham and West Ham.
His agent, Eugenio Botas, confirmed that talks have begun with a number of Premier League clubs, but refrained from specifying which.
"We are in talks with several English clubs," he said.
"A decision could be taken at the weekend or next Monday."