Arsenal Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has reportedly promised to listen to offers if he decides to leave the club.
Aubameyang has not yet earmarked his long-term future for the Gunners, and reports indicate he will consider a change at the end of the season if they can not return to the Champions League.
According to El Desmarque, Real Madrid's President Florentino Perez is keen to raise £ 69m for the Gabonese striker, with James Rodriguez included in a barter deal to lower the price.
And they claim Arsenal bosses have told Aubayemang they're open to offers if he decides his future lies elsewhere.
Aubameyang, who is under contract until the summer of 2021, is to keep his options open instead of signing a new contract in the Emirates.
He was named Arsenal's new captain on Tuesday by manager Unai Emery after Granit Xhaka was released from the fans' outburst when he was substituted for Crystal Palace.
The striker was already involved in the Emirates leadership group, although a nod to players Xhaka before the start of the season got a nod.
Aubameyang captained the team at Wolves on Saturday and opened the game, his 50th goal for the club, before retiring to a 1-1 draw.
The result means that the Gunners could not win in the last three games of the Premier League. They occupy the fifth place in the table and are facing a great fight to get back into the top four.
They meet Vitoria on Wednesday afternoon in Guimarães, while Aubameyang does not travel to Portugal to play in the Europa League.