Murray has struggled for games at Bournemouth of late
Bournemouth have told Brighton & Hove Albion it will cost them £2.5 million to re-sign Glenn Murray, according to a report in Wednesday's Sun newspaper (page 52).
Murray arrived at the Vitality Stadium in a reported £4 million deal from Crystal Palace in September, but fell out of favour following the January capture of Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Benik Afobe.
January signing Afobe scored as many Premier League goals as Murray last term, despite making nine fewer appearances
The 32-year-old is now being linked with a return to the Championship, where he top scored for Palace during the 2012-13 campaign.
Brighton, with whom Murray was promoted to the second tier two years earlier, are said to be keen on a return for the Cumbrian, while Fulham and Queens Park Rangers were also linked last week.
Murray (L) scoring for Brighton
Murray, a former non-league player, spent three seasons at Brighton's old Withdean Stadium home, but angered supporters by leaving for their fierce rivals Palace in 2011.
The experienced front man has scored 140 goals in 360 Premier and Football League appearances to date.
Murray playing for Palace against his former employers