Celtic striker Stefan Scepovic is attracting interest from three clubs in Spain.
The striker bagged 23 goals in Spain's second tier in the 2013/14 campaign for Sporting Gijon, something which earned him a switch to the Scottish champions last summer.
But Scepovic has struggled to hold down a regular first team spot at Celtic Park and his situation has been noted in Spain, where his stock is still high.
According to Spanish outlet Blanquivioletas, Real Valladolid have already contacted Scepovic's representatives to explore a move for the striker.
And he also has interest from Getafe, along with former club Sporting Gijon, who would be happy to welcome the Serbian back.
A move to either Getafe or Sporting Gijon would allow Scepovic to play in La Liga this season, while joining Real Valladolid would mean once again plying his trade in the Spanish second tier.
It is unclear what Celtic's plans are for Scepovic, especially given the Bhoys added another striker to their ranks earlier this summer in the form of Nadir Ciftci.
The Serbian made 25 appearances in all competitions for Celtic last season, scoring five goals.