Sides are reportedly not put off the 25-year-old, despite his unproductive time at Leeds.
Edgar Cani have may have been one of Leeds United's worst signings in years. At least it was only on loan.
But that hasn't stopped three sides from wanting to take the 25-year-old on loan themselves next season, according to Tuttocalciocatania.com.
Indeed, the Italian site, as also quoted by Sport Witness, suggest Bari, Salernitana and Latina America all want to bring Cani on board, despite his disastrous Leeds spell.
Sport Witness also go on to fill in the blanks, suggesting Leeds owner Massimo Cellino initially intended to hold talks with the forward's parent club Catania but eventually decided against signing him on a permanent deal.
One should hope so, considering the fact he only played 49 minutes for the Yorkshire side in total. However, no actual confirmation is to be found, with the Albanian's return to Italy simply assumed.
He is still reportedly in demand, though, despite a disastrous Leeds spell. Perhaps the clubs in question are relying on the fact the Championship is a much higher level than the league they are currently playing in...
If not, they may be in for an unwelcome surprise.