Swansea city and blackburn rovers want ex-Huddersfield town winger rajiv van le parra, according to a report by the Daily Mail.
The wide man is available after parting company with Red Star Belgrade.
He will not be short of options in the Championship now with the likes of Millwall and QPR also being credited with an interest.
Van La Parra, who is 28 years old, has got bags of experience in the second tier and would be a shrewd free agent signing by someone.
The ex-Holland Under-21 international moved to England in 2014 to join Wolves having previously played for Caen and SC Heerenveen.
He spent two years at Molinuex, one of which was spent out on loan at both Brighton and Hove Albion and Huddersfield Town.
The Terriers made his move there permanent in 2016 and he helped the Yorkshire side gain promotion to the Premier League under David Wagner.
Van La Parra spent four years on the books at Huddersfield and made 102 appearances, chipping in with seven goals. He also a brief loan spell away at Middlesbrough during the second-half of the 2018/19 season.
He left the Terriers in August last year and moved to Serbian side Red Star Belgrade. However, after just a year in Super Liga, he could now be back on his way to the Championship.
Blackburn and Swansea see him as an ideal summer signing and will have to battle it out with eachother, and other second tier rivals, to land his signature over the coming months.