Inter Milan coach Andrea Stramaccioni claims no player is indispensable and says the club would listen to big-money offers for their top stars.
The opening of a new transfer window has brought with it fresh rounds of speculation.
Wesley Sneijder is once again the subject of regular rumours, with it suggested that the Holland international could be snatched from Inter's clutches.
It would take a sizeable bid to tempt the Serie A outfit into a sale, but Stramaccioni admits that every player has a price.
"Sneijder is fundamental from a technical and tactical point of view, but I can't say that he is not for sale," he said.
"That would be an abuse of my power. I would only ask the president (Massimo Moratti) to think carefully should an important offer arrive."
There are expected to be further comings and goings at Inter this summer, with the club having already released experienced duo Diego Forlan and Lucio.
Julio Cesar and Dejan Stankovic have also been informed that they are surplus to requirements, but Stramaccioni insists he would be happy to work with anyone who remains on the club's books at the start of next season.
He added: "Let's say that no player will arrive who I do not like. It is important that we get players who can improve the squad and fit with the way we want to play.
"Julio Cesar? Inter have the right to make the decisions which they feel are best.
"I have no problem with Julio Cesar and his value is not under discussion. He's amongst the best goalkeepers in the world."