Queens Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock may allow Adel Taarabt to leave if the club receive a 'realistic' offer.
The Morocco international has previously been linked with Paris St Germain and his Rs future had been left in doubt after recently bring frozen out of the team.
Warnock welcomed back the 22-year-old for the defeat by Sunderland and he hopes that any money raised from the sale of the playmaker would be used for strengthening.
"If we got a realistic offer. I've never seen a realistic offer yet for him," Warnock said of Taarabt. "I've seen all the speculation last year regarding PSG etc.
"But I've not seen anything in writing from them, other than some of the figures quoted at that time from the media. Ridiculous really.
"My job is to try and get him playing as well as he can to warrant a move or to get him in the team regularly.
"If we get an offer that we can't turn down then I can use that money elsewhere. But if it continues like it has done the last two weeks then it would be lovely for me. I like Adel, he has got to conform a little bit if he wants to stay."