Brazilian ace Leandro Damiao has hinted that it could be the right time for him to leave South America.
The international striker has been linked with a host of clubs across England, Italy and Spain.
Tottenham are known to be long-term admirers and failed with a bid to land him last summer, whilst Italian giants Juventus have been linked in the past few weeks.
The 22-year-old signed a new long-term deal last year, and suggested he would stay in Brazil until 2014.
However, he has now suggested that he could now be ready to move on.
"I can't say much, it depends on Internacional too," he told a press conference.
"Of course my wish is to stay, but there comes a time when you need to go, but I don't know whether it is that time.
"If an offer arrives, then we will decide."
Internacional boss Dorival Junior admitted they have to be braced for an offer.
"We have to get ready," he said.
"There is nothing concrete yet but it is natural that several players draw attention.
"We will try to anticipate any loss by signing another player to minimise any damage [to the team]."