Bojan Krkic is keen to leave Stoke City this month if the right offer comes, according to SkySports.
The former Barcelona forward is waiting for the right offer to leave the Britannia Stadium in this winter transfer window.
The 26-year-old missed the last game against Sunderland through a hip injury, according to the boss Mark Hughes.
Hughes who signed him from Barcelona for £3m few years ago is keen to keep his player at the club as he believes that he is an important part of the club.
Stoke have reportedly valued Bojan around £12million and several clubs are in the queue to launch an offer in £10million region.
Middlesbrough have been keeping tabs on him and have made inquiries but are yet to make a formal bid.
West Brom and La Liga sides Las Palmas and Valencia are also keeping tabs for the past few weeks. The Spaniard might prefer to move back to his homeland if any Spanish sides make a concrete offer.
Reports claim that Bojan has been given assurance by the boss regarding more playing time in the future.
Bojan has played for several top sides AC Milan, Barcelona, Ajax and Roma, he is a quality player and Hughes wants him to stay.