Craig Bellamy has reportedly been given permission to talk to Liverpool over a proposed transfer to Anfield.
According to skysports.com, the Manchester City striker has been allowed to leave Wales' training camp in order to talk to Reds representatives.
Queens Park Rangers and Stoke have also been linked with the 32-year-old, while other reports suggest he is set to undergo a medical in Liverpool.
Tottenham are also alleged to have shown an interest in Bellamy, but Liverpool now appears to be his most likely destination.
Bellamy has fallen well down the pecking order at the Etihad Stadium, and spent the entirety of the last campaign on loan with Cardiff.
The well travelled forward previously had a season at Liverpool after being bought by Rafa Benitez from Blackburn for £6.5 million.
Bellamy scored nine goals for Liverpool before being sold to West Ham in 2007.