Liverpool outcast Lazar Markovic has become a man in demand today.
The Serbian international is the subject of interest from both Swansea City and Wolfsburg as he looks to make a move away from Anfield before the transfer window slams shut this week.
Premier League strugglers Swansea, who beat Liverpool 1-0 a week ago, have contacted the club about a deal for the the attacking midfielder as they seek to move away from the relegation zone under Carlos Carvalhal.
While Bundesliga club Wolfsburg have also approach the club about a move for the former Benfica, Sporting Lisbon, Fenerbahce and Hull City winger.
Discussions over both permanent and loan deals are being held with the two clubs and Liverpool are likely to go with the offer which provides the most income.
Manager Jurgen Klopp has made it clear to Markovic that he is not part of his plans and he has been informed that it would be best for him to find himself a new club.
It is likely that either move would appeal to him as he seeks to resurrect his flagging career.