Hull City’s squad could be raided by French club Montpellier, who are reportedly targeting Tigers winger Kamil Grosicki.
L’Equipe claim the Poland international could be set for talks with the Ligue 1 side, who allowed winger Isaac Mbenza to join Huddersfield on a season-long loan deal this week.
The Championship club have been open to offers for Grosicki this summer after he lost his way last season under both Leonid Slutsky and Nigel Adkins, starting less than half of City's league matches.
However, there was no interest in the 30-year-old from other English clubs prior to Thursday's permanent transfer deadline – but clubs from the rest of Europe still have until the end of the month to show their hands.
Grosicki, who scored nine Championship goals last season, spent three years with Rennes before his move to the KCOM Stadium and the report claims contact has been made with his representatives.