Juventus striker David Trezeguet will leave Stadio Delle Alpi this summer if he receives the right offer.
The Serie A club are willing to listen to bids for the Frenchman and a number of Barclays Premier League clubs have shown an interest, according to the player’s agent.
Reports have also suggested that Ligue 1 high-fliers Marseille and Lyon are both keen to sign Trezeguet, who has two years left on his current contract.
The 31-year-old admits he could leave Juventus, but he insists he will not quit the club he joined from Monaco in 2000 if the move does not appeal.
Trezeguet told skysports.com: “I have two more years at Juventus. I gave my all for the club. “I will leave if there is an offer I really like, one which can give me the pleasure of scoring goals.”