Javier Hernandez is ready to leave Manchester United after revealing he would listen to an offer from Inter Milan.
Hernandez, 26, played a peripheral role at Old Trafford last season where he was limited to just six Premier League starts. As a result of his lack of first team action he subsequently lost his place in Mexico's starting line-up at the World Cup.
Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone has revealed the striker is being considered as a candidate to fill the void left by Diego Costa and David Villa at the Vicente Calderon, but Hernandez has no shortage of offers elsewhere.
Reports suggest Southampton will offer the player the chance to remain in the Premier League but the United star would appear to prefer a move to Serie A.
"Inter are a great club and if I were to get a good offer, I would not say no to any club," Hernandez was quoted as saying by Corriere dello Sport.
"There is much interest in me but I cannot say any more."
A move to the Nerazzurri would present Hernandez with the opportunity to link up with former teammate Nemanja Vidic, who left Old Trafford this summer when his contract expired.
A striker remains a top priority for Inter ahead of the new season and Vidic recently advised the club to consider Hernandez to spearhead their attack.
"Chicharito has done some great things and scored decisive goals for Manchester United, in particular under Sir Alex Ferguson," Vidic said. "He is a very strong striker, a traditional number nine who has an eye for goal.
"But in the end its Piero Austilio's (Inter's sporting director) decision and he knows what he's doing."
With Will Keane being afforded first team chances during United's pre-season tour of the US and James Wilson likely to continue his meteoric rise this season, Louis van Gaal could have up to five different options up front next season.
The Dutchman has also suggested Wilfried Zaha will be deployed as a centre-forward as the former Crystal Palace starlet attempts to rescue his United career.