The Brazilian club's chairman says that the Nerazzurri will listen to offers for the striker, but admits that there are more clubs after the UruguayanAtletico Mineiro president Alexandre Kalil has revealed that Inter will not stand in the way of a possible transfer for Diego Forlan in the summer.
The 32-year-old striker is widely expected to leave the Nerazzurri after struggling for fitness and form since arriving at the club last summer, with only two goals in 22 appearances in all competitions.
Kalil says that Atletico Mineiro are in talks for Forlan, but reckons that the recent reports about the Uruguay international's future have alerted the attention of other clubs.
"I went to Uruguay two weeks ago and had dinner with Forlan's father and his brother," Kalil told Radio Itatiaia.
"We are now waiting for this to unfold. It is complicated. Since this information has come out in the press, there are more clubs vying for his signature. This has damaged negotiations.
"Inter must release the player, but he has the promise of president Massimo Moratti that he could leave."
Forlan has one more year to run on his contract with Inter, who lie in sixth position in the Serie A table.