MK Dons' McFadzean is shown a red card
The Daily Mail reports that Wolverhampton Wanderers, Birmingham City, Blackburn Rovers and Cardiff City have all shown an interest in MK Dons defender Kyle McFadzean, who handed in a transfer request this week.
McFadzean was a regular in a Dons side which suffered relegation from the Championship last season, in the club's first ever season at that level.
McFadzean in action against Blackburn
But the 29-year-old could be set for an immediate return, despite interest from boyhood club Sheffield United (Milton Keynes Citizen).
Both Birmingham and Cardiff released have allowed defenders to leave this summer, while Wolves and Blackburn could be on the lookout for reinforcements if sought-after pair Kortney Hause (Express & Star) and Grant Hanley (the Sun) are sold.
Hause has Premier League interest, it seems
Sheffield-born McFadzean began his career at Bramall Lane, where his younger brother Callum also played, but never made a first-team appearance before signing for Alfreton Town.
The former England C international first appeared in the Football League with Crawley Town five years ago, and moved to Stadium:MK in 2014.
McFadzean, who made 39 second tier appearances last season, has two years left on his contract in Berkshire.
McFadzean in his Crawley days