Midfielder Blaise Matuidi is open to offers as Paris Saint-Germain have been slow in handing the French international a new deal.
Matuidi signed a three-year deal with the Parisians in July 2011 and a contract extension in May 2014.
And with his current deal on the verge of expiring, coupled with interest from Juventus, who the player was close to joining last season, Matuidi'sfather revealed that his son is "listening attentively to the advances of other clubs".
Faria Matuidi told Le Parisien: "A few weeks ago, Blaise was more interested in staying at PSG.
“Now the situation is much more mixed. PSG, and in particular their new sporting director [Antero Henrique] have been slow to reveal their intentions.
“For that reason we’re listening attentively to the advances of other clubs.
“There’s a feeling, rightly or wrongly that everything said [by PSG] in the past few months is now part of ancient history.”