Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti is remaining coy on talk linking Zlatan Ibrahimovic with a move away from the club.
Reports emanating from Spain have suggested Barcelona are closing in on a deal for the Swede with Samuel Eto'o moving in the opposite direction.
Moratti has refused to confirm Ibrahimovic will be staying but admitted some players will leave to balance the books.
"It has not been said that we have to sell or buy against our will," Moratti told the Inter Channel. "I am not pushing to sell players.
"We will see what offers arrive. Certainly, someone will leave, considering the period we are going through."
One player who is on his way out of Inter is Argentine striker Julio Cruz.
Cruz has struggled to hold down a regular place in the Inter side and Jose Mourinho is willing to let him move on.
"Cruz has been fundamental for us. Players like that don't deserve to be reserves so it is right they find space in other teams," added Moratti.