Inter have shown a significant in attitude regarding Zlatan Ibrahimovic as director Paolillo drops a bombshell by claiming the big striker can leave.
The Sweden international has hinted of his penchant to join Spanish giants Barcelona and reports followed of a swap between both clubs which would have seen cash plus Samuel Eto'o head to Inter.
The possibility has lost momentum over the last week, but it doesn't mean 'Ibra' will stay. Paolillo has revealed the club will sell him for an offer that satisfies them.
"If Ibrahimovic dreams of going elsewhere then he is free to do so, but we will have to receive an adequate offer for him," Paolillo told Sky Sport Italia.
"He is a symbol of this club and an asset to all, but like I said, we would have to receive a massive offer and he too would have to receive terms which would make him happy. If we receive something we will evaluate it, but we wouldn't mind keeping him.
"The doors are open to Joan Laporta and everyone else and we have to see how the market turns out."
Karim Benzema has been linked with the club and although Paolillo admits his penchant for the French ace, signing him may be a stretch too far.
"Benzema is a great player and everyone likes the greatest players, but that doesn't mean that all objectives can be reached," concluded Paolillo.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com