Aron Gunnarsson looks set to leave Cardiff City this summer, with interest from China and Qatar in his services.
A report from Wales Online says that Gunnarsson is unlikely to sign a new contract with the Bluebirds, with his current deal expiring at the end of this season.
The midfielder joined the club on a free transfer in 2011 in what has turned out to be a fantastic deal made by then manager Malky Mackay.
He has since gone on to make over 250 league appearances for the Welsh outfit, featuring in both the Championship and Premier League.
This season, the 29-year-old has made 16 top-flight appearances, scoring once and providing an assist.
Neil Warnock has rotated his central-midfield options heavily this term, with Gunnarsson, Harry Arter, Victor Camarasa and Joe Ralls all seeing considerable action.
The Icelandic international signed a one-year extension with the Bluebirds after featuring in the World Cup last summer but could be about to embark on a new adventure in the far east.