Maurizio Zamparini has insisted every player has his price after again being questioned on the future of Palermo star Javier Pastore.
"All players can be sold if a mad offer is made," said the Rosanero chief to Sky Sport 24 on Friday afternoon.
"If a sheikh went to Milan and offered a lot of money for one of their players then even a club like that would think about it.
"Also, if a player came up to me and asked to leave then I would allow that if a suitable offer was made."
Pastore, the young Argentine sensation likened in style to Michel Platini, is the Sicilian club's most prized asset.
Zamparini values the midfielder at around €50m, but has always insisted that he'd like to keep Pastore at Palermo for at least one more season.
Barcelona and Real Madrid, as well as Juventus and Roma, have been paired with the South American.
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