The agent of Juventus striker Amauri admits his client is open to the idea of securing a switch elsewhere.
The Brazilian-born striker has struggled to produce his best this season and is yet to open his goal account in Serie A.
His troubles have seen him tumble down the pecking order, with it difficult for him to argue a case for a starting berth when he is not producing on the field.
Reports have now suggested that the 30-year-old could be moved on by Juve, with the club well-stocked for attacking talent.
Amauri is understood to be willing to discuss a move, with it important he finds regular action if he is to recapture his best and add to his solitary cap for Italy.
His representative insists the powerful frontman will not be forcing his way to the exits in Turin, but accepts that a departure from Juventus is now a possibility.
"In the next few days opportunities could present themselves," Gianfrano Pocetta told ilsussidiario.net.
"He would like to stay at Juve and prove his worth, but he needs to be happy and he isn't in Turin. He might be somewhere else."
Speculation has suggested that Spanish outfit Real Zaragoza and Premier League side Fulham are among those to have been attracted by Amauri's sudden availability.