Exclusive: Clubs in Japan and Malaysia have targeted A-League goalkeeper Jamie Young as he nears the end of his contract at Brisbane Roar.
Young is off-contract at the end of this season and has not been offered a new deal yet by the Roar.
The 32-year-old has been one of Brisbane's best in a dismal campaign for the Queensland outfit.
Young, who joined the Roar in 2014 from English club Hayes & Yeading United, has made the second-most saves in the competition behind Western Sydney's Vedran Janjetovic and has won three man of the match awards from Fox Sports in 17 appearances.
Last week former Socceroo keeper Mark Bosnich described the shot-stopper as the best keeper in the A-League.
FourFourTwo understands Young, who was born and raised in Brisbane, is keen to stay at the club.
But the in-form number one is attracting offers from Asia. It is also understood other A-League sides are interested in his services for next season.
Veteran goalkeeper Michael Theo is also off-contract and is expected to leave the Roar at the end of the 2017/2018 campaign.
According to The Courier-Mail, the 37-year-old is "at long odds" to be offered a new deal.
It might not have been @brisbaneroar's day but Jamie Young did his part to deny Andrew Nabbout from close range.— Hyundai A-League (@ALeague) February 26, 2018
Watch the full highlights from their match against the @NewcastleJetsFC in the link below.https://t.co/ykcewXdRZ3 pic.twitter.com/EnZGUt4m2w
Brisbane have three keepers on their books, including 25-year-old Brendan White.
White joined the club in November last year but has yet to make his A-League debut.
Young declined to comment when contacted by FourFourTwo.