Real Madrid left-back, Marcelo, has said what the club needed to do at the moment was to "pay me up" and he will leave this summer, if they want him to.
The 30-year-old has won 20 trophies, including four Champions Leagues, after spending more than a decade at the Bernabeu.
However, he has been on the bench for the team's last five LaLiga games, with coach Santi Solari preferring youth team graduate, Sergio Reguilon.
Marcelo has been regularly linked with a move to join Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus and told Brazilian outlet Esporte Interativo, that he would quit if he is asked to.
"If I am on the list of players [Madrid] want to sell, then they can pay me up and all is sorted.
"I trust in myself, in my work, but if a day comes when Real Madrid do not want me, I'll go. I will be sad, but I'll go. But I am sure I will not be kicked out," Marcelo said.