Borussia Dortmund have confirmed they are open to selling Ousmane Dembele this summer, if Barcelona met their valuation.
The Blaugrana have already had a bid for the France international rejected by the Bundesliga side, with the player currently suspended indefinitely after missing training.
Reports have claimed Dortmund want €150 million for Dembele and sporting director Michael Zorc says they will let him go, but only for the right price.
"We know where he is and have contact with him and his agent through a staff member," Zorc said.
"We have a clear idea [concerning the fee] which Barcelona and the player know. If our demand is fulfilled, he will be transferred this summer.
"We will not make this transfer on the 30th or 31st of August."
Source | Sky Sports Germany
Clearly finances are not a problem for Barcelona, after Neymar’s departure for a world-record fee, and the door is very much open for them if they really want Dembele.
The club now have to decide whether they are willing to match Dortmund’s valuation.