Hammerson, which operates a number of shopping centres across Europe, may take the decision as it copes with the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
The majority of retailers all over Europe were forced to shut during country's lockdowns, causing people to turn towards online shopping.
Aidan Donnelly from Davy stockbrockers says the company has debts of almost €3 billion.
"Obviously, with Covid, they have seen an awful lot of their rent-roll being significantly reduced and the value of their assets being reduced. Therefore, the banks that own the loans that are outstanding are looking for them to reduce dow the debt pile."