A host of clubs are showing an interest in former Swansea and Aston Villa striker Luke Moore after it emerged he is available for nothing.
Moore signed a three-year deal with Turkish club Elazigspor last summer, but they are now set to let him leave as they are struggling to meet their financial obligations.
His agent, Peter Morrison of James Grant Group, confirmed to Sky Sports that Moore could be set for a move.
"The club have informed us that they are going to struggle to meet their financial obligations which is disappointing but also enables him to leave without any compensation," Morrison revealed.
Sky Sports understands the likes of West Ham, Fulham, Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest and Leeds United have all registered their interest.
Scottish champions Celtic are also monitoring the situation along with MLS sides Los Angeles Galaxy and Chicago Fire, and clubs from the Middle East.
Morrison admits that the interest in Moore is understandable, and added: "Given he has played over 200 league games in the top flight and is still only 27, I'm not surprised."