According to Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times, the Clippers and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute share mutual interest in his return:
Mutual interest between Luc Mbah a Moute and Clippers after his pleasant surprise of a season landed him in the starting lineup, per sources— Ben Bolch (@latbbolch) July 1, 2016
After making the Clippers' roster as the 15th man in training camp on a non-guaranteed deal, Mbah a Moute capitalized on the failing cast of small forwards by earning a chance to enter the starting lineup early in the season, and playing well enough to never relinquish it. Despite not possessing a reliable three-point shot (only 40 attempts on the season), he managed to be invisible enough offensively to not drag the team's attack through the mud. On defense is where Mbah a Moute made his mark, playing outstanding lockdown defense against the opponent's best scorer night in and night out.
Despite his contributions, the Clippers are in a rough spot with Luc. He was only on a one-year contract, so he cannot return for a greater salary using his bird rights. The best that the Clippers can do is offer him their Mid-Level or Bi-Annual exceptions, and the team might have to make a difficult decision and choose between Luc, their other free agents, and outside targets.
Mbah a Moute signed with the Kings for more than the minimum last season before they voided his contract due to a failed physical in an ethically questioned move of buyer's remorse. This caused him to miss out on free agency and join the Clippers in training camp. After having a solid season, he's not likely to get the minimum again, but if he'll take the bi-annual exception of just over 2 million, he could be the Clippers' best bet.