Argentine centre-back Ezequiel Garay is ready to leave Real Madrid for first-team football, according to his agent.
However, Ricardo Schlieper insists there has been no contact from Portuguese club Benfica.
Garay, 24, has been a fringe player at Real this season and has been mentioned as a makeweight in Madrid's €30 million move for Benfica's Portuguese international Fabio Coentrao.
"Ezequiel (Garay) is happy in Madrid but wants to play," Schlieper said in As.
"That is why he accepts leaving (Real) Madrid whether it be on a loan or permanent deal.
"Benfica are a big club but I don't now anything about their interest.
"I only know what has been written in the press and nothing from the clubs. No-one has spoke with me about Garay."
Sevilla, Lyon and Marseille have also been linked with Garay who joined Real from Racing Santander in July 2009.