Dwight Gayle can leave Crystal Palace but only on a permanent deal, according to Sky sources.
Queens Park Rangers are understood to head the list of the 25-year-old's suitors with Norwich City also linked with the striker.
Palace are confident of making a profit on the player they signed from Peterborough for £6m in the summer of 2013.
Gayle has scored four goals this season but has only featured in seven Premier League games. He hasn't played in the first team since the 1-1 draw at Everton on December 7.
Palace boss Alan Pardew said last weekend that it was unlikely any of his first-choice players would leave in the transfer window, although he admitted some may have to go.
"There haven't really been too many rumours about our players going out and I hope it stays like that because sometimes it is fuelled by a player's agent," said the former Newcastle boss.
"The fact of it is that we are pretty confident that we will keep all of our best players here. One or two players who are not playing may move on if the bid is right, for sure."