Liverpool goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi has set his sights on gaining some much-needed first-team football away from Anfield next season according to his agent.
The 21-year-old Hungarian U21 international has firmly established himself as the Reds second-choice keeper, but is still patiently waiting for his first team debut.
News that Gulacsi may be available on a season-long loan deal is said to have attracted a number of potential suitors according to skysports.com.
The highly rated Anfield stopper's representative and agency owner Tibor Pataky confirmed:
"We're not surprised because Peter has been considered as one of the best of his age in international football.
"We can't say which clubs are interested but we can say that seven teams indicated that they will travel to France in order to watch him live.
"These clubs are from England, Germany, Holland and Belgium. The most likely possibility is that Peter will spend the season at another club."
Since the arrival of Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish at Anfield in January, an emphasis has been firmly placed on youth development, with a number of academy graduates making the step up to the Reds first team.
Director of football Damien Comolli is keen to promote from within whilst also bringing in additional young players to strengthen the senior squad.
With the fine form of Pepe Reina making him a permanent fixture in the Liverpool side, Gulacsi may be better served moving out on loan next season.
"Of course the final decision will be made by Liverpool," Pataky continued.
"But we're not worried about this as his career has been managed very gently. They see his values and also his high potential."