Aston Villa have reportedly not received any offers for Mile Jedinak ahead of the closure of the summer window.
Jedinak played a key role in helping Villa reach the Championship playoffs last season, but failure to secure promotion to the Premier League could lead to the Australia international being allowed to leave the West Midlands outfit.
Villa must make financial cutbacks over the coming weeks, and Jedinak may be given permission to move on with the player currently sitting towards the top of the wage bill.
However, according to Birmingham Live, Villa are yet to attract any bids for the 33-year-old, who has 12 months remaining on his contract.
The report claims that as it stands, Jedinak will be used as a defender next season due to the departure of John Terry.