Portugal's Fabio Coentrao (R) fights for the ball with the Cameroon's Alex Song during their international friendly soccer match at Leiria stadium March 5, 2014.

Barcelona are ready to part ways with Alex Song and according to reports in Spain they have already touted his services to a number of Premier League suitors, with their asking price set at £20m.

After a season without silverware, the Catalan club are preparing a massive clear-out and following Cesc Fabregas's move to Chelsea they are now looking to cash in on the former Cameroonian international to fund moves for new additions.

Barcelona signed Song in 2012 after paying Arsenal around £16m for his services. However the midfielder has failed to replicate his Premier League form at the Nou Camp, and according to Marca they have now put him on the market asking £20m for his signature.

Manchester United have recently been heavily linked with the 26-year-old midfielder while some reports have suggested Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger would be keen to reunite with him at the Emirates after the midfielder became a key player for him during his seven years at North London.

Earlier this week Mundo Deportivo revealed that the Catalan club have urged Song's agent to look a new club. Song himself revealed earlier this season that should he move away from Barcelona he will likely return to the Premier League.

"If I leave Barcelona it will be to return to the Premier League. I will return to England one day, that's for sure," he added.

"Wenger was like a father to me. He spoke a lot with me when I arrived to Arsenal. I wanted to renew my contract with Arsenal but in that case I would have regretted not joining Barcelona. Barcelona are the best side in the world."