In this summer's transfer window, Barcelona is said to have received no proposals for forward Antoine Griezmann.
After Lionel Messi became a free agent earlier this month, the Catalan club is eager to transfer the 30-year-old, who is currently the club's highest-earning.
La Liga chiefs have instructed Barca president Joan Laporta to cut the club's pay bill before the start of the 2021-22 season in order to comply with financial fair play standards.
Griezmann is expected to be offered to Atletico Madrid, but the La Liga winners are only interested in a straight swap deal featuring midfielder Saul Niguez.
Barcelona has also approached Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea in the Premier League, but the Spanish giants have yet to receive any offers for the attacker, according to Marca.
Griezmann, who has stated a desire to conclude his career in the MLS, signed a contract with Barcelona in 2019 for roughly £102 million that runs through June 2024.