Liverpool target Dejan Lovren has attracted interest from a host of clubs across Europe, according to the player's agent.
Nikky Vuksan - who represents the 22-year-old Croatian international, has revealed how a number of clubs in England and Italy have made enquiries as to the availability of his client.
After a series of impressive Ligue 1 performances, Lovren has become one of the most highly rated centre-backs in France since signing for Lyon in January 2010.
AC Milan and Juventus are rumoured to be keeping tabs on the situation, but reports in France have also credited Liverpool with an interest in the player.
Reds boss Kenny Dalglish strengthened his defensive ranks at Anfield with the summer signing of Jose Enrique and Sebastian Coates, but it is believed that Liverpool may re-enter the market when the transfer window opens in January.
"Many top clubs in England have spoken to us in recent weeks and also in Italy," confirmed Vuksan.
"Lyon know that and I think the leaders should think about it if they finally receive a good offer."