Manchester United are reportedly willing to let Anthony Martial leave in the January transfer window as he is seen as surplus to requirements at Old Trafford.
Martial, 25, is yet to register a goal or assist this season and four of his five appearances have come from the bench.
The Frenchman is into his seventh season with United but he is still struggling to justify the initial £36million, rising to £58million, the club paid to sign him from Monaco in 2015.
Martial faces stern competition for a place in the side due to the arrivals of Jadon Sancho and Cristiano Ronaldo over the summer.
Therefore, he is considering leaving the club amid interest from La Liga, with Eurosport reporting he is also willing to join another Premier League club.
United may have reservations about letting Martial move to a domestic rival, but they are believed to be listening for suitable offers.
Old Trafford chiefs value the player – who has three years remaining on his contract – at £40million and may be keen to offload his £250,000-per-week wages from their payroll.