Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech would be interested in a move to Arsenal, Manchester United or Paris Saint-Germain as he waits to learn where his future lies, according to the player's agent.
The 32-year-old has made just six Premier League appearances this season as a deputy to Thibaut Courtois and appears increasingly likely to leave Stamford Bridge in search of regular first-team football.
Arsenal and Manchester United have been linked with a move for Cech and representative Viktor Kolar believes the 'keeper would "definitely" move to the Premier League pair or French champions PSG.
"Arsenal, United or PSG are all top clubs," he said. "And Petr would like to join one of them – definitely. Petr expects that [Roman] Abramovič not [Jose] Mourinho will decide about his future, based on their mutual agreement from last year."
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger's continual rotation of senior 'keepers David Ospina and Wojciech Szczesny has raised questions over the club's options, while David de Gea's future at United is uncertain after manager Louis van Gaal said he could not prevent the Spaniard joining Real Madrid.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has made no secret of his desire to keep Cech and says the Czech Republic international's future is out of his hands – comments that correlate with those of the veteran's agent.
"My perfect scenario is that he stays with us. He belongs with this club, and this club belongs to his history and his life," Mourinho told Talksport.
"He's a fantastic goalkeeper, a fantastic squad man in the dressing room. I tried to prove the respect I have for him by playing him in the FA Cup and Capital One Cup final. I played him in the Champions League. I gave him matches in the Premier League.
"I tried to make him feel important, as he is, but I can imagine at 32 or 33, he still feels young and has the passion and desire to play every game.
"If it's in my hands, he would never go. He would never go to big clubs and fantastic teams, big candidates who want to win the Premier League. I would never let him go, but it's not in my hands."