Fiorentina general manager Sandro Menucci has admitted striker Stevan Jovetic is likely to leave the club.
The highly rated Montenegrin has been linked with a host of clubs including Arsenal and Serie A champions Juventus and is looking to test himself on a higher stage.
Now, Menucci says the club will need to try and find a solution which works for both the player and Fiorentina.
"Stevan would like to have a new experience and we will try to oblige, but only if you get a reasonable offer," Menucci said.
Fiorentina midfielder Alberto Aquilani has also added that he believes Jovetic will leave the club and said he can make an impact for any top team.
"I think at this point Jovetic can go," said the midfielder.
"I have not talked about it, but I know that a year ago he had been made a promise, and he is a great player and a great guy, who definitely will be missed.
"I do not know if Jovetic can do the job of the game of Conte, for sure he's an important player and can be handy to any high-level team."
One player who looks likely to stay at the club is playmaker Adem Ljajic, with Menucci confirming he is keen to tie the Serb to a new deal.