Goran Dragic will be one of the most coveted free agents next summer, and teams are already jockeying for position.

The Houston Rockets are said to be sniffing out a trade for Dragic, who they let walk away three seasons ago. The Los Angeles Lakers are also interested in the 28-year old.

Dragic has indicated that he’s willing to weigh all options during free agency.

Per ESPN:

Sources said that the Rockets, who let Dragic go in free agency in the summer of 2012 but have him high on their list of free-agent targets this coming summer, are prominent among the teams hoping to engage the Suns in serious discussions about Dragic before the league’s annual trade buzzer next week.

 

The Los Angeles Lakers, who have also coveted Dragic for some time, are likewise presumed to be intent on testing the Suns’ resolve when it comes to their Slovenian point guard, since sources say L.A. plans to chase Dragic with an expected max four-year contract offer this summer valued at an estimated $80 million.

 

The Suns’ general stance in recent weeks and months has been to rebuff all trade interest in Dragic, who is widely regarded as their best player and the closest thing they have to a face of the franchise. But sources say Phoenix has likewise been trying all season to ascertain its chances of re-signing Dragic in July and might feel some pressure to consider trade options in the coming week if fears grow that it could lose Dragic without compensation in free agency.