Injury-prone Old Trafford star could be on his way to Emirates, Goodison Park or Anfield if he can prove his fitness.
Manchester United midfielder Owen Hargreaves will leave the club this summer, manager Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed.
The 30-year-old’s time at Old Trafford has come to an end following a constant battle with injury since his £17million move from Bayern Munich.
The news will interest Arsenal, Everton and Liverpool who are on the look out for an experienced midfielder to bolster their ranks.
But doubts remain over Hargreaves’ long-term fitness and all clubs will want to assess the England international thoroughly before any deal is complete.
The manager’s of their respected clubs will be keen on giving him a rolling pay-as-you-play deal.
Hargreaves has made only 39 appearances in four years but played a huge role in winning a Premier League and Champions League double to Old Trafford in 2008.
Ferguson is sad to see the player leave but hopes he will play again even if it is for a rival club.
“This has been a difficult decision knowing how hard the lad has worked to win back his fitness,” Ferguson said.
“But we’ve made it hoping he’ll be able to resurrect his career elsewhere.”