A number of clubs across Spain and Europe have been put on alert after Unai Emery confirmed Grzgorz Krychowiak will leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
The Poland international joined PSG for €34m from Sevilla last summer but has failed to make a notable impression during his one season in Paris.
Atletico Madrid and Valencia are said to be among the clubs currently holding most interest, with Inter and Galatasaray also monitoring the situation, according to Diario AS.
“I have already spoken with him [Krychowiak],” Emery, who coached the former Bordeaux midfielder at Sanchez Pizjuan, told reporters.
“The best option is that he leaves, he hasn’t adapted to the team.
“He is a quality player who is able to play in a great team it’s better that he finds another team where the style of play suits him better.”