The club say that the striker still has one year to go on his contract and that they would not hesitate to shorten the contract once they receive a good offer.
Tchetche has been associated with a number of clubs in and outside the country, including the Mainland champions, Yanga.
Azam FC information officer Jaffar Idd said until yesterday none of the teams were yet to express proper interest to register any of the team’s players.
He said they were yet to receive offers from any club.The club, though, will be ready to sell the player should they get a good offer.
“We have heard some clubs are seeking the services of Tchetche. They should come to discuss termination of his contract if they are keen on recruiting him,” Iddi said.“We are ready to see our players join other outfits but they should stick to registration regulations,” he added.