Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly decided to sell midfielder Ben Marshall during the summer transfer window.
Marshall rarely featured for Wolves during the first half of the Championship, and it resulted in the 27-year-old being allowed to join Millwall on loan for the remainder of the campaign.
The playmaker enjoyed an excellent spell at the London outfit with three goals and five assists coming from 16 appearances, and according to the Daily Mail, Wolves are ready to cash in before the start of next season.
Millwall are interested in keeping Marshall as they look to put together a squad capable of challenging for the playoffs, but rival clubs could potentially outbid Neil Harris's team.
Marshall still has just over two years remaining on his contract, but Wolves will not stand in the way of an exit if they are able to recoup the £1.9m that they paid for the player in January 2017.