Leverkusen's sporting director Rudi Voller, is happy to allow his goalkeeper to leave the club, with new signing from Eintracht Frankfurt Lukas Hradecky ready to become first choice keeper.
“Leno can leave but only on our terms," Voller told Bild.
"We are still in constant and open exchange with Bernd and his manager. Leno already had a concrete offer from Napoli in 2017, but we didn't have an equivalent backup at the time.
"He had to stay and he did really well last season, but we thought Bernd's desire to leave would resurface so and so with the arrival of Lukas Hradecky we have a high quality successor."