Seville striker Carlos Bacca will leave the club if an important offer is made during the summer.
The 28-year-old scored 28 goals in all competitions this season including 7 goals in the Europa League.
He is a target for Arsenal and Manchester United according to reports in England and is available on the market for £21m.
"First of all we have to talk to Sevilla out of respect for the club," Sergio Barila is quoted as saying by Express Sport.
"If the player is put on the market, there's a chance he will leave.
"Carlos would like to stay in Europe and next year Sevilla are in the Champions League which he's happy about because he wants to play in it.
"He is fine here with his family but if there's a good opportunity for Bacca and Sevilla, we will take it into consideration.
"For now I cannot say if he'll leave or not, I must first consult with the directors."