Serie A giants Juventus are reportedly eager to sell Croatia striker Mario Mandzukic, but have received no genuine offers.
The striker turns 32 later this month and is under contract until June 2020, having extended the deal a year ago.
This season, Mandzukic has scored 10 goals and four assists in 41 competitive games.
But according to football-italia.net, Mandzukic has become increasingly frustrated at being used out on the left wing and not as a centre-forward, where he moved to make way for Gonzalo Higuain.
And it is believed Juventus have asked three different intermediaries to find Mandzukic a new club, but so far there are no real offers.
Milan were reported to be interested in a bid for the former Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid star.
Mandzukic is expected to be part of Croatia’s 23-man squad that will feature at this year’s FIFA World Cup in Russia.
They are drawn in Group D with Argentina, Nigeria and Iceland.