Everton are still believed to be keen on a permanent move for LA Galaxy attacker Landon Donovan.
The United States international was on loan with the Toffees in January, and his performances for the club earned him the accolade of being crowned the Player of the Month during his time at Goodison Park.
In all, the 28-year-old made 13 appearances and scored two goals, becoming a firm favourite with the fans in the process.
However, the Merseyside club were unable to extend his loan period, and the former Bayer Leverkusen man had to return for the 2010 edition of MLS.
Now talkSPORT reports that the American club would be willing to listen, should their English counterparts make an approach with an offer of about £11 million.
It is thought that the Merseysiders would be loath to spend that kind of money on the player, amid speculation that the versatile forward could be in line to make another loan move back to Goodison Park.
Donovan has in the past hinted that he might welcome a return to Everton.