Winger Sergio Torres is set to leave League One outfit Peterborough after holding talks with several clubs about a potential move away from London Road.
The 26-year-old Argentine spent last season on loan at Lincoln after failing to impress during his two-year spell at Peterborough.
The former Basingstoke and Wycombe player has caught the attentions of Conference side Crawley Town, who appear to be leading the chase for his signature.
A statement from Peterborough read: "Torres held talks with Crawley boss Steve Evans, but several other clubs are in for his services including League Two clubs."
Meanwhile, striker Kwesi Appiah has had his contract terminated by mutual consent by the London Road club.
The 19-year-old, who has spent the last two seasons on loan at Weymouth, King's Lynn and Kettering, is seeking more first-team action elsewhere.
A statement said: "The frontman, who has enjoyed loan spells in the non-league, is keen to play first-team football and leaves with our best wishes."