Black Leopards chairman David Thidiela says any club interested in Mwape Musonda or Pentjie Zulu should just come forward with cash offers.
Both players had a wonderful season with the Thohoyandou-based side and as a result have attracted interest from a few Absa Premiership sides.
According to a source inside the club, the 29-year-old Zulu, who only missed four league matches in the 2018/19 season providing one assist, has attracted interest from league champions Mamelodi Sundowns, AmaZulu and SuperSport United.
Musonda has been linked with the likes of Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, with some reports even going to the extent of claiming the league's 2018/19 top scorer with 16 goals has already agreed to join Sundowns.
"Zulu's contract is left with one year. He signed for two years at the beginning of the season," the source tells KickOff.com.
"They don't want him to leave actually. The player wants to speak to the chairman first. SuperSport, Downs and AmaZulu are all interested."
Asked for a comment on the matter, Thidiela said his door will always be open to any interested team if the price is right.
"I don't know if Musonda is signing with Sundowns," Thidiela admits. "I don't know, we are all on leave, Musonda is available, but I don't know anything about Sundowns.
"We have closed for now, I will be waiting and we'll see when we re-open. Those who are coming with offers, let them come. They must just bring a bag full of money. That's what we do in football, we buy and sell. The door is wide open."