Mark Flanagan time at Salford is believed to be coming to an end, with the Loose Forward looking for a new club for the 2018 season.
Flanagan, 29, left St Helens at the end of the 2015 season to join Salford, where he was reunited with his former Wests Tigers coach Tim Sheens.
It is believed that contract negotiations have broken down between both Flanagan and Salford and Flanagan has informed the club he is willing to test the market for offers from rival clubs.
Flanagan has started the 2017 season strong, appearing in all of the Red Devils games and currently sits 3rd overall in tackles for the league.
Both St Helens and Wigan have flagged their interest in the 29-year old who had stints at both clubs.
Leigh Centurions are another team looking to beef up their forward pack and have identified Flanagan as a potential target as his contract is set to expire at the end of the 2017 season.
Flanagan has made 122 Super League appearances and 27 NRL appearances in his 149 game career, since making his debut for the Wigan Warriors in the 2009 season.
Flanagan hopes to make a decision on his playing future sooner rather then later, so he can focus on his football going forward.