Peterborough United defender Exodus Geohaghon is in talks regarding a permanent move to an unnamed League Two club.
Geohaghon only joined Posh last November from Kettering, but has been told he can leave London Road over the summer by new manager Gary Johnson.
The 25-year-old was former boss Mark Cooper's first signing from Kettering last year and Peterborough director of football Barry Fry confirmed he is trying to finalise a move away from the club.
Fry said: "I've spoken to two league clubs about Exodus and he is having talks with one of them himself.
"We will certainly be looking for a fee for him as well as a good sell-on clause."
Sergio Torres and Ben Wright have also been placed on the transfer list by Posh, but Fry has yet to receive any interest in the duo.
He added: "There hasn't been anyone in for Sergio or Ben as yet, but that isn't a surprise as few clubs are doing business in May or June.
"There is not a lot of money about and clubs do not want players on their payroll any earlier than necessary."