PSV Eindhoven winger DaMarcus Beasley is drawing interest from a handful of English and Scottish clubs, most notably Old Firm giants Rangers.
The Indiana native spent the 2006/07 campaign on loan with Manchester City, who wanted to retain his services even after dumping coach Stuart Pearce - albeit not at PSV's asking price.
Claudio Reyna's former club have now entered a growing chase that may still include the Citizens; according to Beasley's agent, talks have begun with at least one of the suitors.
"There are several teams that have expressed an interest in DaMarcus in the UK," Lyle Yorks told YA. "At present, he is a PSV player and contracted for one more year with them."
"DaMarcus has really enjoyed his time in England with Man City, and discussions are ongoing at this point regarding his future."
After winning a pair of Eredivisie titles with PSV, Beasley scored four goals in 22 games across all competitions for City this season.