Barcelona have put the majority of their first-team squad up for sale and there are plenty of people interested in doing business with them.
There are all sorts of players up for grabs and one of them is defender Gerard Pique, who wasn't among the players declared not for sale by president Josep Maria Bartomeu on Tuesday.
Pique said himself after the debacle against Bayern Munich that he would leave if that's what it takes to bring about change, something he added is necessary at all levels of the Catalan club.
It seems the first offer has now arrived. According to Libero, Fulham, recently promoted to the Premier League, have offered Pique the chance to return to England.
The London based club are looking to add experience to the squad after returning to England's top flight, although Pique may prove a little out of their reach.
Pique, 33, has experience in the Premier League. He played for Manchester United when he was younger before returning to Barcelona in 2008 under Pep Guardiola.