According to The Telegraph, Aston Villa forward Gabriel Agbonlahor has an offer on the table to move to the Middle East this summer.
Agbonlahor, 29, was born and bred in Birmingham, coming up through the ranks with Aston Villa having joined the club at the age of just seven.
After loan spells with Watford and Sheffield Wednesday, Agbonlahor made his Villa debut in 2006, and he has become a fixture of the side ever since.
With almost 400 appearances for Villa, Agbonlahor has almost been part of the furniture at Villa Park, hitting 84 goals in the process, including 49 goals between 2006-07 and 2009-10 - but things have turned sour for him this season.
With just one goal in 18 appearances this season, Agbonlahor has become an outcast at Villa Park, and Villa even confirmed on their official website last week that they have suspended the striker as they investigate off-field matters surrounding him.
Given his drop-off in form, fitness problems and off-field issues, many Villa fans have wondered just how the club will move on from Agbonlahor - but The Telegraph report that he has in fact received an offer.
It's claimed that Agbonlahor has an offer on the table from an unnamed club in the Middle East, offering him and exit from Villa Park after so long at the club, and giving Villa a way to get him off their wage bill.
Would you be happy to see Agbonlahor leave the club?