Despite being released by Manchester United, striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has no shortage of admirers looking to seal his signature for next season.
Hertha Berlin and Telstar have both sent messages to the Swede on Twitter, looking to encourage him to trade in the Premier League or a possible move to Major League Soccer or the Chinese Super League for somewhere closer to home.
French club Chamois Niortais have also tried to get in on the action, trying to persuade Ibrahimovic to return to France - where he previously won four Ligue 1 titles, two Coupes de France and three Coupes de la Ligue.
The Ligue 2 club are following the lead of many social media users, trying to earn free goods and services with retweets. Les Chamos have only ever spent one season in the top flight, but are hoping they can get enough RTs to sign Ibrahimovic and return to Ligue 1.
They sent a message to the Puskas Award winner, asking "Ibra, how many RTs for you to sign for Chamois?", which has so far garnered over 1,300 retweets from football fans wanting to see Ibrahimovic turn out in their all-blue strip.
Ibrahimovic will be highly sought after following an impressive season at Old Trafford, which was cut short by injury after he bagged 17 goals in 28 Premier League appearances for the Red Devils.