Lyon star would be happy to move if a deal suited all parties.
France international midfielder Clement Grenier has admitted that he could leave Lyon this summer.
Grenier has been closely tracked by Newcastle United and Arsenal in the last 12 months, according to The Mirror.
Chronicle Live claim that Newcastle had an £8m bid rejected for the 23-year-old in January, with the Ligue 1 side apparently looking for figure closer to £15m.
That asking price could be too much for Newcastle, but the Tyneside club are keen to talk.
Grenier enjoyed an impressive season last term, scoring four goals and providing five assists in 28 Ligue 1 games.
He completed 1,072 passes and made 49 tackles, as well as delivering 44 successful crosses.
His good form earned him a place in France’s World Cup squad, but a thigh injury forced him to withdraw.
Grenier has two years left to run on his current Lyon contract, but he is ready to listen to other offers that may come his way.
The Mirror quote him as saying: “I’m at Lyon, but I know that economic reasons may change that…”
“If it happens then it will, in any case, be a decision made together. If it allows me to take the next step and it helps the club….”