Wolverhampton Wanderers are ready to start an auction, as they prepare for bids from a number of clubs for winger Ben Marshall, according to the Daily Mail.
The Wolves wide man has spent the second half of the season on loan at Millwall, and has impressed massively during his spell at the London club, and they are rumoured to be among the clubs interested in the 27-year-old.
During his loan spell, he scored three goals, and assisted nine, helping Millwall to an eighth place finish in the Sky Bet Championship in their first season back in the second tier following promotion in 2016/17.
Ben Marshall joined the Midlands club in January 2017 for a fee of £1.2 million. He moved from Blackburn Rovers, and was reunited with his former manager Paul Lambert.
Marshall made a good start to his Wolves career, impressing in the second half of the 2016/17 season, but when Paul Lambert left the club and Nuno Santo took charge, Marshall fell out of favour, and was consequently loaned out.
Ben Marshall started his career in the youth set-up at Manchester United, before moving to join Crewe at the age of 14.
After graduating through the Crewe Alexandra academy, Marshall signed for Stoke City, but he failed to make an impression at the Potters. Instead, he spent his time there on loan in the lower ends of the Football League, playing for clubs such as Northampton Town, Carlisle United and Sheffield Wednesday.
Marshall then moved to Leicester City in 2012 for a fee reported to be in the region of just under £1 million.