David Dunn is yet to hear from Championship outfit Blackburn Rovers over a new contract.
The Daily Mail says Dunn, 33, will soon be a free agent and is attracting strong interest from foreign clubs.
The playmaker, who joined Blackburn as a trainee in 1997, scored the injury-time equaliser in Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Burnley, watched by agents for Chinese and Middle Eastern clubs.
Despite the turmoil at Blackburn, who sacked manager Michael Appleton this week, Dunn was keen to stay. But it looks increasingly like Rovers have missed their opportunity.