For Philippe Coutinho, Barcelona is reportedly prepared to welcome bids in the region of €70m (£63.23m).
Next season none of the clubs wants to sign the Brazilian, in spite of posting solid returns at the Catalan giants and during a loan spell at Bayern Munich.
Which made Barcelona desperate to search a buyer before the football financial year ends on June 30.
According to Diario Sport, the latest La Liga outfit stance has increased the chances of a transfer to the Premier League.
Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, and Newcastle United are said to be monitoring the situation, although each club would prefer a loan agreement.
Rather than signing the 28-year-old next month on a permanent basis, Bayern could also be open to a second loan spell, suggest reports.