Lazio midfielder Cristian Ledesma is being tracked by Southampton, Montreal Impact and the New York Red Bulls, according to Italian publication Gazzetta Dello Sport.
Ledesma is out of contract with the Serie A club in the summer and he is not set to renew his current deal with the team he has been with for the past nine seasons.
He will therefore be able to move on for free and can negotiate a pre-contract agreement with any interested parties now.
Premier League club Southampton are reportedly interested in the Argentine-born Italian international but the Montreal Impact and the New York Red Bulls have both made approaches for the 32-year-old midfield veteran.
Fiorentina and Bologna are also linked as Ledesma looks to be a player in demand.
He has only made ten appearances in all competitions for Lazio this season, scoring one goal and adding one assist but he has made 312 total appearances for the Rome-based club since joining from Lecce in 2006.
A move to MLS looks to be a real option and Montreal will hope that their history of capturing Italians from Serie A could help them to lure Ledesma to Canada.
The Impact brought Alessandro Nesta and Marco Di Vaio to Major League Soccer in 2012 and would be willing to bolster their midfield with the addition of Ledesma this summer.
But the New York Red Bulls are also be keen, having lost Tim Cahill, and they have money to spend as well as two Designated Player slots to fill following the departures of Cahill and Thierry Henry this offseason.
Ledesma is thought to be keen on a new challenge outside of Italy and he could well be the latest name to join MLS in 2015, though interest from Southampton could be a key factor.
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