According to the Daily Mirror, Yohan Cabaye's agents have offered Liverpool and Tottenham the chance to sign the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder.
Cabaye, 29, had established himself as one of the Premier League's finest midfield players during his time with Newcastle United, but after 18 goals in 93 games, Cabaye chose to move back to his native France with giants Paris Saint-Germain in January 2014.
It was seen as a perfect move at the time for the French international, but he has struggled to establish himself as a regular in Laurent Blanc's midfield, with tough competition from the likes of Thiago Motta, Marco Verratti, Blaise Matuidi and Javier Pastore.
Now, with Cabaye's place in the French squad under threat ahead of next summer's European Championships, the midfielder appears to be ready to leave the capital in order to make a return to the Premier League.
The Mirror believe that Cabaye's representatives have told Liverpool and Tottenham that the player is available - but neither are immediately interested.
The report states that both clubs are prioritising other positions first, but may be willing to pursue Cabaye later into the summer transfer window.
Both clubs may need midfielders, but given that Liverpool have signed James Milner and Spurs still have fringe players like Paulinho and Etienne Capoue on the books, it's understandable that a deal isn't imminent for Cabaye.