Juventus have put a price tag of €5.3m on striker Mario Mandzukic who has Manchester United and Sevilla among his suitors.
Since the arrival of Maurizio Sarri as Juve Coach this summer, the Bianconeri have been looking to sell the Croatian hitman to any club interested in his signature.
The 33-year old, who scored 12 goals for Atletico Madrid in the 2014-15 La Liga campaign, has been told he can leave the club if a suitable comes in.
According to Calciomercato, United do not want to pay for the striker but will cover his full salary while Sevilla are offering a loan with an obligation to buy, but would like to split the salary costs.
It appears highly likely that the player - who also has offers on the table from Qatar - will exit the Italian champions this January.
Mandzukic has the distinction of scoring or assisting a goal at every stage of both the Champions League and World Cup in his career.