West Brom are willing to listen to offers for Swedish striker Markus Rosenberg.
Rosenberg, 30, signed for the Premier League outfit in August 2012 on a free transfer from Werder Bremen.
But after scoring regularly in both Germany and Spain in recent years, Sweden international Rosenberg struggled in the English top flight last season, failing to score in his 27 appearances in all competitions.
West Brom's sporting and technical director Richard Garlick said that Rosenberg is contracted until 2015, but that if a move was right for both parties, they would not stand in his way.
"It's been frustrating for him and it's been frustrating for us in terms of how it panned out for him," Garlick told the Birmingham Mail.
"If he's going to have the same season as last season then it will be even more frustrating for him.
"So if there is a solution there that everyone is happy with then we will look at that but obviously he still has two years left (on his contract).
"We are at a stage of the pre-season where there is a lot of information-gathering. People are finding out what the situation is with various players and various clubs."
Garlick confirmed that clubs in Germany and Spain were keen on signing Rosenberg, but added that their interest was not concrete, yet.
"He did well in Germany and Spain and there is interest out there for him. It's just what form that interest is in and where it's from," he said.
"I'm in touch with his agent every week. He knows the situation, we know what we want and as we move on in the window maybe we'll get something more concrete - but, yes, there is interest in him."