Manchester City have released Andrew Tutte and skysports.com understands he is a target for a number of clubs.
The 20-year-old arrived at Eastlands in 2010 and was promptly loaned out to Rochdale where he made his league debut.
The midfielder spent a further short loan spell at Greenhous Meadow in service of Shrewsbury Town before a move to Yeovil at the start of 2011.
The England Under-19 and Under-20 international has netted twice for Terry Skiverton's side since arriving at Huish Park, with the club keen to retain his services next season
With Tutte now free to leave City after finding his options limited under Roberto Mancini, it looks likely there will be a race to secure the youngster on a free transfer.
All three of his previous loan clubs are believed to be interested, with League Two play-off hopefuls Shrewsbury going head to head with League One sides Rochdale and Yeovil for the player's signature in the run up to the transfer window.