Juande Ramos won't keep Dimitar Berbatov at Tottenham against his will.
Berbatov's agent was in London his week to talk with sporting director Damien Comolli and the 26-year-old's father has since suggested the Bulgaria international is unsettled.
Comolli and chairman Daniel Levy are expected to have the final say on whether he would be sold, but Ramos has made it clear he does not want players in his squad who do not want to be there.
"I believe you can't force players to stay in the team if they don't want to," said the Spaniard.
"It is not good for the team or the player, so I wouldn't stand in anyone's way if they want to leave.
"I think he is happy, but that is a question you need to ask him," Ramos added.
"He is a Spurs player and he needs to help and support the team."