Motherwell are understood to be keen on Czech goalkeeper Michal Danek.
The 25-year-old is currently on loan at West Bromwich Albion - who he joined in January from Viktoria Plzen.
However, The Baggies have brought in Scott Carson over the summer, and with Dean Kiely also in the squad, Danek's chances of even making the bench are limited.
Therefore West Brom boss Tony Mowbray has told Danek he is free to find another club.
Now Motherwell, Dutch club Den Haag and a number of German teams are ready to make loan bids, although it is reported Danek would rather stay in Britain and move to Fir Park.
"We want Michal to play regularly so that he could improve his goalkeeping skills," Viktoria Plzen general manager Adolf Sadek told MF Dnes.
"At Plzen though we have Tomas Postulka and we are not willing to let Michal play for another Czech club. We are preferring a team from abroad."
The player's agent Ondrej Chovanec added: "Michal discussed it with the coach Mowbray who told him that he understands his position and will allow him to find a club where he will be playing regularly. The same as demanded at Viktoria Plzen."