Bulgarian giants CSKA Sofia will sell Ghana international Edwin Gyasi if a club comes with the right offer in the upcoming summer transfer window.
Gyasi put up an uninspiring performance in his side's goalless against leaders Ludogorets last Saturday, hence he was criticized by some supporters of the club.
The pacy winger will be allowed to leave alongside Brazilian Jefferson due to their impassive attitude.
According to reports in Bulgaria, the 27-year-old has been on the radar of several clubs from Germany and France which has resulted in forcing a move-out.
The former FC Twente forward made 28 appearances and scored five goals for CSKA Sofia this season.
The club will agree to part ways with the player for an amount in excess of a million Euros.
The Amsterdam born Ghana international will be hoping to make coach Kwesi Appiah's team for the Nations Cup in Egypt, after making a couple of appearances in the qualifiers.