Lorient manager Christian Gourcuff would not stand in the way of striker Jeremie Aliadiere if another club made an offer for him.
The former Arsenal and Middlesborough forward has been linked with a return to the Premier League and Gourcuff admits that the 30-year-old is “not happy” at the Stade du Moustoir.
Aliadiere scored 18 goals in all competitions last season but Gourcuff does not want to keep a player who wants to play elsewhere.
“Jeremie is not happy and I am annoyed with that,” he told L’Equipe.
“But there is no problem, it is just that Jeremie is discontent. I won’t veto anything.”
According to Gourcuff, the only obstacle in the situation is that there have not yet been any offers made for Aliadiere.
“When a player is not at ease in a club there is little chance he would give his best,” the 58-year-old continued.
“But there has been no proposition, so it is a bit complex.”
Aliadiere, 30, made his professional debut for Arsenal in 2001 and moved to Ligue 1 from Middlesbrough in 2011.