By Will Yoder
December 05, 2011

The Chicago Cubs are receiving interest from other teams about veteran outfielder Alfonso Soriano, according to Jon Heyman of SI.com.

Soriano, 35, signed an eight-year, $136 million deal with the Cubs in November of 2006. The deal, which possesses a full no-trade clause, will pay him $18 million annually from 2012-2014. Theo Esptein, the new president of baseball operations for Chicago, has made it clear since taking over the team this fall that any player on the roster is available for trade.

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