Liverpool loanee Aly Cissokho has been targeted by Italian giants Inter and AC Milan.
The defender is currently on-loan at Anfield from Spanish parent side Valencia, but is set to leave both clubs in the summer after The Reds opted against making the move permanent.
The 26-year-old, who has one France cap to his name, was picked up by Lyon in 2009 after impressing during a spell in Portugal with Porto.
The move came about despite the Frenchman seeing a move to AC Milan fall through at the last minute due to a failed medical.
La Liga side Valencia brought the full-back to Spain in 2012 for a fee of five million euros, but after one season and 25 league appearances he was allowed a move to the Premier League.
Cissokho has started only 12 league games for Liverpool, and has often been used as a back-up player.
With the emergence of young Englishman Jon Flanagan at Anfield, and speculation that Brendan Rodgers has targeted a move for Manchester City's Micah Richards, it would appear Cissokho's time at Liverpool has run its course.
The player is under contract at Valencia until 2016, but would likely be available for a small fee should either Inter or AC Milan make their interest official.