Swansea City striker Bafetimbi Gomis is reportedly being lined up for a switch to the Qatar Stars League.
Gomis has been a regular fixture in the first team since arriving at the Liberty Stadium back in 2014 from Lyon on a free transfer, making 64 Premier League appearances and bagging 13 goals.
However, the 30-year-old was criticised for some poor performances last season and there are rumours suggesting the Welsh outfit will look to cash in on a deal.
A number of Qatar-based teams are said to be lining up a deal and an offer around the Â£6million mark could be enough to tempt the Swans into selling this summer.
The France international does still have two years left on his contract but manager Francesco Guidolin, who was permanently appointed on May 11, is happy to let him go.
Swansea managed to survive relegation from the Premier League this season and they will look to reinvest the money they would receive from a Gomis transfer back into the squad.