Spanish daily newspaper Marca is reporting that a number of high profile sides are readying offers for Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas.
Los Blancos are almost certain to bring David De Gea from Manchester United in the summer transfer window, meaning that the veteran keeper is unlikely to continue as first choice.
Even though Casillas would prefer to remain at Santiago Bernabeu, he plans to have clear-the-air talks with new coach Rafael Benitez before making a decision on his future.
Should he decide to leave this summer, the 34-year-old will have no shortage of offers, with quite a few top clubs showing interest in his services.
Marca has suggested that clubs from England, Italy, Spain, France and Turkey are ready to make their moves in an attempt to recruit Iker Casillas.
The Spain international was preferred to Keylor Navas last season, starting 32 La Liga fixtures and another 10 Champions League matches.