Olivier Kapo looks set to leave Wigan Athletic this month after slipping out of Roberto Martinez's first-team plans.
The Frenchman has made only one substitute appearance – at Portsmouth – so far this term after suffering a knee injury in pre-season.
Serie A sides Atalanta and Genoa, French team Boulogne and Greek outfit Olympiakos are all believed to be interested in signing Kapo, who has experience throughout Europe having played for AS Monaco, Levante and Juventus earlier in his career.
"I am not injured, I am training hard, and I am keen to play, but I don't play, it is very annoying," Kapo told L'Equipe.
"I want a change, I want a new and real challenge."
Since joining the Latics from Birmingham City 18 months ago, Kapo has started only 12 games for the club and made ten more appearances from the substitute's bench.