Andy Todd's agent says the Blackburn defender could "be on his way out" of Ewood Park this summer - and 'hopes to stay' in the Premier League.
The 32-year-old has a year left on his contract with Rovers, so 'won't go on a free' according to Peter Harrison.
But after talks with Ewood boss Mark Hughes, it has been made clear that Todd can leave if a deal 'suits everyone concerned'.
Todd's agent Harrison told the BBC: "Andy has spoken with Mark Hughes and, if the deal suits everyone concerned, he will be on his way out.
"He won't go for free as there is a year left on his contract but a couple of clubs are already interested."
He added: "I don't think there have been any concrete offers for Andy as of yet but he isn't in the country at the moment.
"We'll see what happens over the next few days but I would definitely expect developments within two weeks.
"Hopefully Andy will be staying in the Premier League, that would be ideal, but there are some good clubs in the Championship too.
"Rangers and a couple of Premier League clubs were keen on Andy in January but Mark Hughes wanted to keep him to help the push for Europe.
"Right now, Andy is at the stage where he needs to be playing regular first-team football and hopefully we can sort that out."