Inter Milan midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia has reportedly expressed a desire to leave the Italian giants.
The 24-year-old hit the headlines last week for his 45-yard own goal in a friendly against Chelsea, but it appears that his name could remain on the back pages during the final weeks of the transfer window.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Kondogbia has told officials at Inter that he would like to move on this summer after two years at San Siro.
The development could lead to an approach from either Tottenham Hotspur or Liverpool, who have allegedly held an interest in the France international in the past.
Both Premier League clubs are keen to add a high-profile signing to their squad, and the former AS Monaco man could fit the bill if he becomes available at the right price.
Kondogbia has made 56 appearances in all competitions during his time in Italy.