Saudi Arabian outfit Al Hilal are setting their sights on securing the signature of Manchester City defender Kolo Toure.
The 31-year-old is also wanted by the Turkish side Bursaspor, who made known their interest in the Ivorian centre-back only last week.
City are thought to be willing to let Toure go before the start of the season as he is in the final year of his existing contract and is now viewed as a squad player by manager Roberto Mancini due to the form of Vincent Kompany and Joleon Lescott.
Al Hilal got a good look close at the former Arsenal stopper at the weekend when he turned out for City against them in a pre-season friendly.
Toure is yet to be convinced about either opportunity as he still believes he has plenty to offer the English game, so a move to another Premier League club would be preferable if Mancini decides to let him leave.