Spanish side Osasuna are reported to want to sign Fulham winger Hameur Bouazza.
The Algerian international moved to Craven Cottage last season from Watford and was a regular under Lawrie Sanchez.
However, after Roy Hodgson took charge in late December he started just two games.
Now a number of clubs are ready to tempt Fulham with an offer and Osasuna are believed to be leading the chase.
The Basque side are yet to make a firm offer but they are hoping they will be able to afford to pay Fulham’s asking price – as they will be looking to recoup a sizeable chunk of the £3million they paid for him last summer.
Osasuna are not the only Primera Liga side casting an eye over Bouazza with Espanyol also thought to be keen.
Espanyol could lose international winger Albert Riera this summer and Bouazza could be a ready made replacement.
Bouazza could also have options to remain in England with Wigan thought to be monitoring the situation.