Wolverhampton Wanderers may reportedly part ways with Raul Jimenez this summer if they receive a suitable offer for the Mexico international.
The Mexico international has spent the last four years at Molineux, contributing 54 goals and 23 assists from his 146 appearances in all competitions.
However, just six of those strikes came in this season's Premier League and with just two years left on his contract, it appears that Wolves are open minded about a sale.
According to the Daily Mail, the West Midlands outfit are prepared to part ways with the 31-year-old if any club meets their valuation over the coming months.
Although Wolves are not actively looking to sell Jimenez, the report suggests that there is an acknowledgement that an exit would free up space on the wage bill when Bruno Lage wants to make changes to his squad.
Mallorca are mentioned as a potential destination due to Mexican compatriot Javier Aguierre being at the La Liga club, while there is also said to be interest from the United States and his homeland.