According to reports from the Daily Mirror, Everton winger Kevin Mirallas is a target for Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund.
The Belgian winger, 27, has been one of Everton's few bright spots in an otherwise underwhelming campaign, but his displays are allegedly attracting interest.
And it's no wonder. Just days ago, Mirallas told the Liverpool Echo that he was delaying contract talks with the Toffees - despite having just 18 months left on his current contract.
"I don’t feel any problem with my situation," said Mirallas. "I’ve spoken very well with the manager and the chairman, and there is no problem."
"The best thing, for me and for the team, is that I finish the season well. Then after that I will go away on holiday, and when I come back we will talk about my situation. But like I say, the most important thing in the meantime is to play well for the team," he added.
With eight goals and two assists in all competitions this season, teams will be smelling a bargain if Mirallas lets his contract run to within 12 months of expiration.
Dortmund could be looking for a replacement for Marco Reus in the summer given that he has a release clause that activates in six months time, as reported by The Independent, whilst Atletico could stand to add another wide man after letting Alessio Cerci join AC Milan.
Interest is growing, and with Mirallas effectively putting his contract on the back burner, Everton may see offers coming in for the former Olympiakos man.