Lyon defender Aly Cissokho, who has been linked with Liverpool and Manchester United, is keen on a move to England, according to his agent.
Cissokho has been on Liverpool's radar for some time, while Man Utd are believed to be showing interest as they consider long-term replacements for Patrice Evra at left-back.
Mamadou Cissokho, who is the agent and brother of the France international, earlier this year claimed Sir Alex Ferguson could make a summer bid for client, while Arsenal and Tottenham have also been linked.
Lyon are prepared to let Cissokho leave the club this month providing their €11million valuation is met, and according to Mamadou, a move to the Premier League or to Italy's Serie A is of interest.
"The preference would be to depart," he told France Football.
"Aly wishes to discover a new challenge. If he has to stay he will and will do his job, but if there is an opportunity he will seize it.
"The priority is England or Italy. However, there have been no concrete offers as yet, even though Lyon are keen to sell."
Mamadou also believes Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas needs to lower his asking price.
"Aulas made a show in the press and now he has to take his words into consideration and be sensible about a fee," he added.
"If he doesn't want the player, he has to let him leave for the right price.
"€11million for a full-back is impossible nowadays."
Reports in Italy earlier this week suggested Italian champions Juventus were also showing interest in Cissokho.