Liverpool have slapped a £10m ($15m) price tag on Joe Allen amid interest from Swansea City and Celtic, according to reports.
The Daily Telegraph reports that the Reds are open to selling the midfielder in the summer despite his impressive performances for Wales at Euro 2016.
Allen, 26, made only 19 league appearances for Liverpool last season and has 12 months left on his Anfield contract.
He started all three of Wales's games in Group B at the European Championship in France, helping the Dragons finish top of the group ahead of England, Slovakia and Russia.
The Telegraph says Allen did not hold end-of-season talks with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp before departing for the summer tournament and is unsure if he will still be at Merseyside next season.
Former club Swansea are currently leading the race to sign the Welshman, according to the paper.
If Allen starts the season at Liverpool, he will be free to sign a pre-contract agreement with another club from January and move on a free transfer next summer.
Allen's agent Glenn Corcoran told the Daily Record last month that the Reds had not spoken to him about extending the 26-year-old's contract.
He is also wanted by his former boss Brendan Rodgers at Celtic, but Corcoran said the £45,000-per-week salary the player earns at Anfield is bound to complicate any potential move to the Scottish champions.
The former Liverpool and Swansea boss reportedly earns the same amount in a 12-month rolling contract with Celtic worth £2.3m.
But speaking to the Daily Record earlier this week, Rodgers insisted that there was no wage cap at Celtic and that he remained interested in signing Allen.
"Joe is a wonderful player. I always look at all my former players. I understand all clubs have a model. The no fear of youth is great and I love it but I also like the experience. I would hope to do business before the first Champions League qualifier," he was quoted as saying.