Arsenal, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are likely to have been put on red alert after Wolfsburg fixed the price for which they are willing to sell Julian Draxler.
The attacking midfielder wanted to quit the Volkswagen Arena last summer, just a year after his switch to the club from Schalke. However, Wolfsburg vetoed his departure and insisted he stayed put.
But the Wolves have now reconsidered their stance and according to Wolfsburg-based daily WAZ, the Bundesliga side are happy to see Draxler go on his way if they receive a bid of €36m.
Wolfsburg are also happy for Draxler to move as soon as the opening of the winter transfer window, which swings open in less than a month's time.
Now the Wolves will wait to see what offers come their way for the Germany international.
Arsene Wenger's Arsenal have long been linked with Draxler, while Italian champions Juventus and French giants PSG are also keen.
Draxler himself remains keen to leave the Volkswagen Arena to start a new chapter in his career.
Still just 23 years old, the attacking midfielder has made a total of 12 appearances for Wolfsburg across all competitions in the current campaign.