Newcastle United midfielder Yoan Gouffran is set to be sent out on loan, according to the Daily Star.
No less than three Championship clubs have been linked with a move for Frenchman, with Nottingham Forest, Hull City and Middlesbrough monitoring his situation.
Since arriving in the North East of England in January 2013, Gouffran has made eighty-eight appearances in all competitions, scoring eleven goals.
However, his only outing under Steve McClaren came in the 4-1 League Cup second round victory over Northampton Town.
Prior to his switch to the Premier League, he spent four-and-a-half years at Bordeaux having begun his career with Caen.
Internationally he has been capped twenty-two times for France’s U21s, scoring three goals and was part of the Under 19s squad that won the European Championships in 2005 but is yet to be recognised at senior level.
Newcastle travel to West Ham United on Monday evening, with the away win priced at 12/5.