Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy is free to leave the club in the summer provided any side matches his £30m buy-out clause.
The England international has been in fine form for the Foxes, who are currently heading the Premier League standings.
According to The Times, the 29-year-old could still find himself at a new club next season after it was revealed that he has a £30m escape clause in his present contract.
Premier League giants Chelsea and Manchester City have been credited with interest for the pacey forward.
Vardy has netted 19 goals for Claudio Ranieri’s side this season.