Disagreements with Djukic could see Valencia sell Rami.
Valencia centre-back Adil Rami has emerged as a transfer target for Arsenal, Barcelona and Manchester City, after falling out with manager Miroslav Djukic, according to the Daily Express.
The Frenchman has publicly criticised the head coach and now looks like being shown the door.
“In the dressing room there is only confusion since we lost [Roberto] Soldado, [Alberto] Costa and [David] Albelda,” Rami told Spanish radio station Cadena Ser.
“Djukic doesn’t say things to your face.”
The 27-year-old has been exiled by the club and has not only been fined but also transfer-listed by Los Che.
City were interested in the France international over the summer, but were unwilling to pay the £8m that the La Liga outfit wanted.
However, that price may drop as Djukic looks to offload Rami’s disruptive and critical influence from the changing room.
Valencia’s financial problems has meant they have been forced to sell high profile players – such as Soldado’s £26m sale to Tottenham Hotspur.
Rami is clearly unhappy with this approach, as the Spanish side hit a low when losing 0-3 at the Mestalla Stadium in their Europa League opener to European rookies Swansea City.
The defender was sent off in that match after less than 10 minutes.
Yet with both the Gunners and Barca in desperate need of defensive support, Rami could well get a very attractive get-out clause.
The Catalans pursued both Paris Saint-Germain ace Thiago Silva and David Luiz of Chelsea over the summer, but to no avail.
The north London outfit meanwhile have question marks over the capabilities of club captain Thomas Vermaelen and have a strong history of signing French talent.
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