Queens Park Rangers have reportedly offered to pay off Jose Bosingwa in an attempt to bring an end to the defender's stay at Loftus Road.
Bosingwa's time at the London club has been controversial and manager Harry Redknapp is believed to have lost patience with the player.
The Portugal international refused to be a substitute in a match against Fulham last month and is rumoured to have become an outcast inside the QPR dressing room.
According to The Mirror, Bosingwa is unwilling to walk away from his £60,000-a-week contract and that could force the club into giving the 30-year-old a large compensation package to force an exit.
Bosingwa joined QPR on a free transfer in the summer after his contract with Chelsea had expired.