Barcelona goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen would like to leave the club this summer, as long as the club receive a satisfactory offer for his services.
According to RAC1, the Dutch stopper wants to play more minuted and is ready to be a No.1 again after spending the last two years as backup to Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
Cillessen has informed those closest to him of his decision.
However, he will not push for a move if Barça don't accept any of the offers which could arrive for him. He's already said in public that he has a contract and Camp Nou and he will honour what he's signed.
But it's another matter if Barça reach a deal to sell him. His release clause is 60 million euros and he joined the club for 16 million in 2016.
There's interest from the Premier League, including clubs such as Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea, while Italian side Napoli are another option.
None, though, have so far been in contact with Barça to make a concrete offer for the goalkeeper.