Manchester United are ready to sell Javier Hernandez this summer as the want-away striker searches for more regular first-team football.
According to Goal.com, the Mexico international has been told by David Moyes that he'll be made available for transfer as soon as the window reopens at the end of the season.
Hernandez has started just five Premier League games for the Red Devils in 2013/14, and has spoken to Moyes on at least three occasions about his lack of playing time.
With Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck all ahead of him in the Manchester United pecking order, the 25-year-old has been forced to settle for a watching brief at Old Trafford.
The 25-year-old, who cost the club £8million in 2010, has attracted interest from Atletico Madrid, with Diego Simeone already on the lookout for a potential replacement for Diego Costa at the Vicente Calderon Stadium.
Hernandez's anticipated exit will be one of a number of high-profile departures at Manchester United this summer, with Moyes eager to overhaul his playing squad after a disappointing debut season at the club.
Nemanja Vidic has already agreed a free transfer move to Inter Milan, and could be followed by fellow first-team veterans Patrice Evra, Nani and Rio Ferdinand.