The cash-strapped Cleveland Indians intend to trade Francisco Lindor by Opening Day and have informed several rival teams of those intentions.

Lindor is only a year away from free agency, he’s set to headline what could be the best shortstop class ever in the 2021-22 offseason along with Javier Báez, Carlos Correa, Corey Seager and Trevor Story. But the 26-year-old would still command a high price on the trade market, considering the rarity of a superstar shortstop in his prime. And, of course, anything could happen in the months between now and the start of the 2021 season. The Indians could always decide to hold onto Lindor, the face of their franchise. But if Lindor is indeed on the block, he’ll have no shortage of suitors.