Barcelona are prepared to listen to offers for Icelandic striker Eidur Gudjohnsen.
The experienced frontman is under contract at Camp Nou until 2010 but has been informed that he does feature in Pep Guardiola's plans for the future.
Therefore, Barca have revealed that they are willing to part with the 30-year-old for the right price.
It is reported that an approach of around €5million would be enough to lure Gudjohnsen away from Catalunya.
That valuation has not been matched as yet, but interest in the former Chelsea ace is mounting.
A number of clubs in England are believed to be tracking the situation with interest, while Turkish outfit Beskitas are said to have made a tentative approach.
While Barca are hoping to generate a fee for Gudjohnsen, they are also alive to the possibility of using the striker as a make-weight in their efforts to bring in their own top targets this summer.