Andre Iguodala will opt out of the final season of his contract with the Denver Nuggets.
Rob Pelinka, Iguodala's agent, informed Josh Kroenke of the plan during a meeting on Thursday.
"We are fully aware of Andre's intentions and he's well aware of how much we want him back," Kroenke told Yahoo! Sports Friday afternoon. "Andre us a huge priority for our organization."
Iguodala is owed $15.9 million for the 13-14 NBA season and will be eligible to sign a four-year deal with a rival team or re-sign with the Nuggets for five seasons.
Without triggering the opt-out cause, Iguodala could only sign a three-year extension with Denver.
The Atlanta Hawks, Cleveland Cavaliers, Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets, Detroit Pistons and New Orleans Pelicans could target Iguodala.