French Ligue 1 side Rennes have confirmed they are ready to cash in on star midfielder Yann M’Vila.
Top European clubs have been lining up for the player’s signature, but there have surprisingly been no concrete offers for the France international this winter.
Rennes chief Pierre Dreossi admits les Bretons are prepared to sell the highly rated midfielder, but warns interested sides he won’t be leaving on the cheap.
“It’s possible if we get some interesting offers,” Rennes general manager Pierre Dreossi told Radio Monte Carlo.
“He wants to leave, but if it doesn’t happen, it will be next summer. It’s no catastrophe. He missed out on a transfer last summer. If there’s an interesting opportunity for everyone, we’ll find a solution.”
M’Vila, 22, remains one of the hottest commodities in European football, with Arsenal, Zenit and QPR all showing interest.
The player is believed to be keen on a switch to the Emirates, but with the Gunners yet to step up their interest, he may have to move elsewhere.
Despite his fragile age, M’Vila has already featured in 124 Ligue 1 fixtures, while earning 22 France caps.