Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips is to hold discussions with QPR and two other clubs over a potential move, his agent has confirmed.
Wright-Phillips, 29, has fallen down the pecking order at the Etihad Stadium as a result of their huge investment on players in recent years and he has been linked heavily with Bolton over the summer.
Agent Wayne Lindsay said: ''There have been three bids accepted, one from QPR, and at some point he will be speaking to all those clubs.''
Wright-Phillips is one of a number of players at City, also including Craig Bellamy, Nedum Onuoha, Wayne Bridge and Roque Santa Cruz, who appear surplus to requirements.
All could potentially move on before next Wednesday's transfer deadline while another player, Emmanuel Adebayor, joined Tottenham on loan.
England international Wright-Phillips rejoined City for a second spell in 2008 in the hope of reviving his career after a frustrating three years with Chelsea.
Yet despite a good relationship with current City boss Roberto Mancini, he has been unable to win a regular first-team place.
Mancini said recently: ''Shaun is a fantastic guy. But for him it is difficult that he can't play every game.
''If he wants to stay he can stay because he always works very well and is an important person in the dressing room. But I understand it is not easy for him not to play every game.''