Out of contract West Bromwich Albion defender Martin Albrechtsen has attracted interest from clubs both at home and abroad according to the player's agent.
The Danish international has come to the end of his existing deal at the Hawthorns and has although he has been in talks with the club for several weeks about a new agreement, he has also received other offers.
Indeed Albrechtsen's representative, Michael Johansen, has not ruled out the possibility of the 28-year-old extending his Albion career into a fifth season.
"There are conversations still going on with West Bromwich Albion," Johansen confirmed. "Hopefully something will be sorted soon."
The former FC Copenhagen defender was linked during the campaign to clubs including Italian giants Lazio and Johansen said his client now has options in several countries. "There are other clubs interested pretty much everywhere, including other clubs in England."
Soon after the club were promoted back to the Premier League, Albion manager Tony Mowbray confirmed his three out of contract players, Kevin Phillips, Zoltan Gera and Albrechtsen will all be offered a contract and stated his desire to retain all of them.
Albrechtsen has enjoyed one of his better campaigns during which he started 37 matches, most of them in his favoured position of centre half.
But Albion are also rumoured to be looking at Reading's Ibrahima Sonko who has fallen out of favour with manager Steve Coppell following his refusal to play in a reserve team match towards the end of last term.