Serie A side Parma are ready to sell forward Ishak Belfodil this summer – but only for offers in excess of €11m.
“Belfodil has a number of requests from Italian and foreign clubs,” Parma chief Tommaso Ghirardi told GR Parlamento.
“We are evaluating the situation with calm, because we kept him in January despite getting a great offer for him.
“That was a mistake because his form in the second half of the season suffered as a result.
“It is normal that when big clubs arrive with massive wages it is right to let these players leave.”
The 21-year-old, a French youth international, has caught the eye at the Tardini thanks to eight goals in 33 League games.
“We turned down an offer from a foreign side last week because we considered it as too low,” Ghirardi added.
“We rejected €11m at the start of the year so he won’t be leaving for anything less than that.”
Belfodil, signed in 2012 after spells at Lyon and Bologna, has been linked with Juventus, Milan and Inter in Italy.