Raheem Sterling is prepared to leave Manchester City this summer.
The Athletic reports he would be willing to explore a new challenge if an exciting opportunity came up.
And it is thought City may be ready to cash in, especially as Sterling only has two years to run on his current £300,000-a-week deal.
Should he enter the final year of his contract next summer, that would significantly reduce his value and any fee received.
Selling Sterling for around £80m this summer, however, would help fund a record-breaking transfer for either Jack Grealish (Aston Villa) or Harry Kane (Tottenham), who would both cost at least £100m.
Arsenal and Real Madrid have both been linked with the England star in recent months.