Midfielder Toumani Diagouraga is set to leave League One outfit Peterborough after holding talks with three clubs about a potential move away from London Road.
The 23-year-old Frenchman spent the second-half of last season on loan at Brentford after failing to impress the then new manager Mark Cooper.
However, he remains surplus to requirements under current Posh boss Gary Johnson and Director of Football Barry Fry revealed to skysports.com that the midfielder has a number of options to choose from, including two of his former clubs.
"Toumani Diagouraga is in talks with Hereford, Shrewsbury and Brentford, so he has a decision to make as to where he would like to go from those three options," said Fry.
"We signed him from Hereford last summer, but he obviously impressed whilst he was at Brentford last season because they are keen to bring him back there."
Posh celebrate their 50th anniversary on Wednesday when they entertain Premier League opposition in the shape of West Ham at London Road and Fry is looking forward to meeting a few familiar faces.
"It's our first game to mark the 50th anniversary of this football club, so having West Ham down at our place is a good way to celebrate that and it will be nice to see David Gold and David Sullivan again," he said.
"We've also got Aston Villa coming down on Monday, so we've got some very attractive pre-season matches lined up."