Liverpool target Carlos Salcido has revealed that Premier League clubs have made offers for his services.
The Mexican international has been linked to a string of clubs after a reported rift at PSV Eindhoven, and new Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson could follow up the club's previous interest in the player.
Salcido is set to be left out of PSV's first Eredivisie match against De Graafschap after turning up late to pre-season training, and coach Fred Rutten is close to losing patience with the 30-year-old.
The Reds were linked with a £3 million move for the player by The Sun in July, whilst Wigan, West Ham United and Birmingham City are all also thought to be interested.
"There are some new teams interested. For now I am calm, although I know that my name has been mentioned by several clubs in England," Salcido told Tribalfootball.
A 77 cap international, Salcido started his career with Guadalajara in 2001 before moving to Holland in 2006. A left back who can also play in a central role, the defender could provide competition in a back line currently lacking depth at Anfield.