Defender Aymen Abdennour has been dropped by Monaco for this weekend's Ligue 1 match away at Toulouse.
According to Le Parisien, Arsenal, Manchester United, Juventus, Barcelona, Newcastle United and Aston Villa are all interested in the 26-year-old who is desperate to leave the French side to enjoy a new experience in the Premier League or Serie A.
At the start of the month, agent Abdelkader Jilani confirmed that the centre-back will leave Monaco in the summer.
"There are no problems with [manager Leandro] Jardim or the club," Jilani said on the first week of August.
"But the truth is that Abdennour wants to leave.
"He wants a new adventure, and there are opportunities in Spain, Italy and England.
"The priority would be Serie A, he would like that a lot.
"There's been some contact, with Milan for example [who couldn't sign him until 2016, due to rules on non-EU players], and Roma and Inter showed some interest too.
"Juventus? No, I can't confirm that. What's clear is that the lad's intention is to leave."