Alan Gow's agent Phil McTaggart has revealed the midfielder could reject Blackpool's contract offer.
Gow, who spent almost four months on loan at Bloomfield Road from Rangers, looked set to make a permanent move in the January transfer window after a £200,000 fee was agreed between the two clubs, but the Seasiders could now struggle to seal a deal.
McTaggart told the Blackpool Gazette: "He enjoyed his time at Blackpool and Simon Grayson was good enough to give him the opportunity. From Alan's side, he repaid them with some vital points and goals at the right time."
He added: "There are a few clubs in the Championship looking at him and asking me questions. He has done well at Blackpool, where he had some game time and scored five goals.
"It was much-needed after only playing at Rangers just twice in a year. He has showed he can play and score goals in the Championship.
"That has alerted a lot of clubs. Rangers were willing to sell him at the start of the season and there was a bit of interest from Norwich and Burnley. People knew he was available. He's quite appealing to a few teams. If somebody comes in, they know what they are going to get."
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