Hermann Hreidarsson's agent has told skysports.com that the defender could soon be on his way out of Portsmouth. The Iceland international has been with Pompey since 2007, but is growing restless with protracted contract negotiations on the South Coast.
The 36-year-old continues to train with the club, as he works his way back from an Achilles injury, but feels he is being taken for granted.
He is not prepared to be strung along, though, and has opened the door to other offers to be put to him.
"He has not signed anything, even though he is training with the team," Olafur Gardarsson told skysports.com.
"At the moment we have not heard anything for a long time and we feel that it is time to open talks with other clubs."
Gardarsson has revealed that a number of clubs have already expressed an interest in his client, who is expected to be back to full fitness inside the next three weeks.