Il Corriere dello Sport is reporting that Palermo and Leeds United are showing interest in Norwich striker Kyle Lafferty.
The 28-year-old impressed to score 7 goals in the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign, thus helping Northern Ireland secure their place at the tournament finals.
However, he has experienced some tough times on club level having made just one substitute appearance in the Premier League this season.
The latest reports suggest that former club Palermo may be prepared to offer Lafferty an escape route from Carrow Road as they continue to struggle up front.
With Paulo Dybala joining Juventus and Uros Djurdjevic suffering a difficult injury earlier this term, the Rosanero lack cover for Alberto Gilardino and could try to lure Lafferty back to Stadio Renzo Barbera.
Meanwhile, Leeds United are also keeping close tabs on the striker who had scored 11 goals in 34 Serie B appearances for Palermo during the 2013/2014 season.