The Los Angeles Clippers and center DeAndre Jordan may soon be parting ways. The Milwaukee Bucks are reportedly making a "concerted push" for the All-Star center.

The Bucks, Toronto Raptors, Washington Wizards and Minnesota Timberwolves are among the clubs that "have shown the most interest" in Jordan, Gery Woelfel of the Racine Journal Times reported Friday. However, it is unclear if the Clippers are willing to engage in serious talks with the latter three teams. It's also unclear what the Bucks would give up.

"One is John Henson, who is currently the team’s starting center, while the others are reigning Rookie of the Year Malcolm Brogdon and standout swingman Khris Middleton," Woelfel wrote.

Jordan is in the final year of his contract and will earn $22.6 million this season. He can opt out of the $24.1 million, which he is owed for the 2018-19 season.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are among the teams interested in Jordan, according to Joe Vardon of The Plain Dealer. The team "would consider" packaging center Tristian Thompson along with Brooklyn’s first-round pick to complete the deal.

The 29-year old is averaging 9.9 points, 13.8 rebounds with 1.1 blocks and has averaged 13.6 rebounds per game over the last five seasons. He has spent his entire career with the Clippers, who selected him 35th overall in the second round of the 2008 NBA Draft.

Jordan is a three-time All-NBA and two-time NBA All-Defensive Team member and has led the league twice in rebounding.

The Clippers (8-13), who are missing injured starters (Blake Griffin, Patrick Beverley and Danilo Gallinari) have expressed mutual interest, targeting three Bucks players in exchange for Jordan. The Clippers are 10th in the Western Conference and could miss the playoffs for the first time since 2011. They have struggled as of late, winning just 3-7 over the last 10 games. DeAndre Jordan DeAndre Jordan was selected 35th overall by the Los Angeles Clippers in the second round of the 2008 NBA draft. Photo: Getty Images