Real Madrid will demand £42.7million (€50million) for the services of Mateo Kovacic this summer, according to El Confidencial.
The Croatia international is out of favour at Santiago Bernabeu and is currently loan at Chelsea this season.
He has experienced a hit-and-miss campaign at Stamford Bridge, not always hitting the heights many expected of him.
Madrid want to raise funds for new signings this summer, as Zinedine Zidane looks to rebuild a squad that looks to have come to the end of its cycle.
Kovacic is one of those who will be moved on and Chelsea will have to decide whether or not to make a permanent bid for him.
They have no option to buy him, however, allowing other clubs to swoop in.
Still only 24 years of age, Kovacic’s ability is undoubted, but a lack of substance to his game may be the reason behind clubs hesitating when it comes to signing him.
The 5 best Croatians to play in the Premier League
The silky midfielder was a modern day Tottenham great and is the reigning Ballon d’Or winner.
Another who shone for Spurs, Krancjar also impressed for Portsmouth beforehand.
Although not at his best by the time he joined Middlesbrough, Boksic still produced moments of class in the Premier League.
A horrible broken leg suffered against Birmingham City in 2008 curtailed Eduardo’s progress hugely, but he was fantastic for Arsenal in his prime.
Like Boksic, Suker was arguably past his peak when he played for Arsenal and then West Ham, but it was still great to see the Croatian legend in England’s top flight.