According to a report in the British tabloid The Daily Mail, Spanish giants Barcelona are willing to offload star striker Samuel Eto'o at the end of the season.
In fact, it is claimed that club president Joan Laporta has already landed in England in order to meet with the likes of Manchester City and Chelsea.
Apparently, La Blaugrana are willing to offer the prolific goalscorer to any club prepared to meet their €33.5 million (£30m) valuation.
It seems that the reason behind los Cules' readiness to cash in on one of their most prized assets is that his contract is due to expire in the summer of 2010. The 28-year-old is yet to put pen to paper on an extension but he recently insisted he has no intentions of leaving the Nou Camp.
It is reported that when asked whether Tottenham Hotspur would be offered the striker's services, an inside source replied, "He [Laporta] will meet first with Manchester City, but will also listen to any club ready to pay a good fee."
Eto'o leads the Primera Division's goalscoring charts at present. He has found the back of the net 27 times in 31 games.
Ricky Brooks, Goal.com