Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has hinted that they could sell prize asset Sergio Aguero if they receive an 'interesting offer'.
The 21-year-old has been linked with a move away from the Vicente Calderon, with Chelsea reportedly switching their attention towards the Argentinean after missing out on Kaka and David Villa.
The former Independiente youngster has been tipped to move to a more high-profile club for some time, with Atletico showing no signs of challenging for honours in the near future.
The Madrid club have so far maintained that Aguero is not for sale, but Cerezo has let his guard down for the first time by revealing that they may well sell if a bid is too good to refuse.
"We will open talks if an interesting offer is made," Cerezo told French radio station RMC.
"Many people have spoken about Aguero but the truth is that Atletico have not been contacted by any suitor."
The news may also arouse Manchester United as they look to fill the void left by the imminent departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.
However, Aguero could almost take his pick of Europe's elite clubs if he did decide to leave Atletico after scoring 37 league goals in his last two seasons.