Arsenal defender Mathieu Debuchy has fallen out of favour with Gunners boss Arsene Wenger, and is struggling to find playing time with the first team.
According to the Daily Star, Debuchy is now being targeted by Everton and Swansea City after one season at the Emirates.
The two teams are planning to make a bid for the defender in January.
Swansea have gotten off to a fast start, as they sit in fourth place in the Premier League standings after defeating Manchester United.
Arsenal signed the 30-year-old defender last summer for £12m, but Valencia have also emerged as a potential suitor for the Gunners outcast.
Debuchy has suffered shoulder and ankle injuries, which paved the way for Hector Bellerin.
Bellerin has kept a hold on the starting right-back position since, and Debuchy made his feelings known after he was left out of the Gunners’ squad for the Community Shield win over Chelsea.
“It was a surprise and a disappointment. Let’s say it [leaving] crossed my mind,” Debuchy said.
It remains to be seen whether Arsenal will be able to sell the defender at a similar price that they bought him at, as his age and lack of playing time are sure to be negative factors.