Robert Kubica's manager says the Polish driver is now officially on the market following the announcement of BMW's exit from Formula 1.
The German company said on Wednesday it will leave the sport at the end of the 2009 season, a shock decision that caught Formula 1 by surprise.
BMW said it is yet to decide on what it will do with the team and its staff.
Kubica, who has been with the team since the 2006 season, had a contract with BMW until the end of 2010, but the team's exit has left the Pole's future in an uncertain position.
However, his manager Daniele Morelli made it clear that Kubica is now open to offers.
"There was no sign inside the team that something like this could happen. We take note of it," Morelli told Gazzetta dello Sport.
"Robert was under contract until the end of 2010, but now he's officially on the market."