The Lyon defender's contract is set to expire in the summer, and AC Milan and Besiktas are also said to be interested.
The left-back’s current deal expires in the summer, and with no new deal looking likely, that has led to interest in his services.
Among them are West Brom, who could try to secure the player on the cheap in January or wait until the summer to get their man.
The Baggies have a long standing interest in the left back, with a report from Maxifoot saying they, alongside promoted Watford, were keen on a move for the Cameroon international in the summer transfer window.
They could revive that interest this season, although they face competition for his signature, with AC Milan and Besiktas also interested in his services, according to L’Equipe.
The left back position is something of a problem one for Tony Pulis, with him using Chris Brunt in the position despite it not being his natural role.
He does have Belgian full back Sebastien Pocognoli in the position, but the former Stoke boss does not fancy him, with him yet to feature in the league this season.