Yossi Benayoun will leave Chelsea at the end of the season - with clubs in Russia interested in his services.
The Israeli has fallen down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge, after suffering a serious injury in his first season at the club, and had loan spells at Arsenal and West Ham in the last two seasons.
The 32-year-old has started just one league game for the west London side since he joined in 2010 and will now, according to his representative, leave in the summer.
When asked about reported interest from Rubin Kazan and Lokomotiv Moscow, the player's agent Ronen Katsav was quick to talk up his client to Russian paper Izvestia.
"The player is concentrating on this season and he is committed at Chelsea," Katsav said.
"He will be released at the end of the season and, being a good player, it is normal that there is interest from several clubs.
"Before the expiry of his contract we will consider all offers."