French newspaper Le 10 Sport has learned that Bordeaux goalkeeper Cedric Carrasso is looking to leave the club this summer.
The long-serving keeper has rejected a new contract offer by the club chiefs, which is enough to suggest he is not too keen on committing his long-term future to les Girondins.
According to Le 10 Sport, Carrasso is looking for a new challenge and would prefer a move abroad this summer.
Bursaspor and Fiorentina have already expressed interest in the 31-year-old, while few more clubs are likely to follow suit considering the circumstances.
Cedric Carrasso began his career at Marseille, but he only made 59 league appearances for the French giants during the eight years at the club.
Following a one-year spell at Toulouse, the experienced shot-stopper joined Bordeaux in June 2009 and has since appeared in 141 Ligue 1 matches for les Girondins, while winning last year’s Coupe de France with the club.