Sky Bet League Two title-chasers Luton Town are thought to have offered a contract to former Tottenham Hotspur and England defender Steven Caulker according to Get West London.
The 26-year-old Feltham born centre-back is currently without a club after leaving former club Queens Park Rangers in December by mutual consent.
Caulker endured a turbulent period at Loftus Road prior to his exit from the West London club with the player having been frozen out of the side while he is also believed to have suffered some personal problems.
It has been reported that Caulker is training with Sky Bet League Two club Luton Town as he looks to build up his fitness and The Hatters are said to have offered a contract to the once-capped former England international defender. The Bedfordshire outfit currently have a nine-point cushion in the race for automatic promotion are look more than likely to be playing their football in the third tier next term.
Caulker is short of match practice with the centre-back having last played in a competitive fixture in September and a short term move to Kenilworth Road could help put the player back in the shop window as he looks to rebuild his career.
As well as the contract offer from Luton Town, it is thought that clubs in both China and Turkey are also tracking the experienced defender.