Minnesota Timberwolves owner glen taylor and head coach/president Tom Thibodeau are now unified on working to trade All-Star small forward Jimmy Butler, according to a report from Chris Hine of The Star Tribune.

It had been previously reported Thibodeau didn’t want to trade Butler and that Taylor was telling rival teams to contact him directly. Butler has requested a trade from the Timberwolves and won’t be present at media day, which is on Sept. 24.

Per the report, the Timberwolves want to get a deal done quickly, but that will be hard to do since training camp starts next week. Butler reportedly prefers to play for the Los Angeles Clippers, but also wouldn’t mind a move to the New York Knicks or Brooklyn Nets.

Minnesota acquired Butler last summer from the Chicago Bulls on draft night. In 59 games last season, Butler averaged 22.2 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.9 assists per game while shooting 47.4 percent from the field and 35.0 percent from 3.

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The four-time All-Star suffered a torn right meniscus in late February and underwent surgery. He did return near the end of the season and helped the Timberwolves make the playoffs for the first time in 14 years. The team lost to the Houston Rockets in the first round of the 2018 postseason in five games.

It’s going to be difficult for the Timberwolves to get a fair return for Butler. Everyone in the league knows he wants out and that the organization can’t keep him on the team since he is disgruntled. Butler reportedly has issues with Andrew Wiggins’ work ethic and got fed up with the nonchalant attitude of Karl-Anthony Towns.

Butler will make $20.44 million this season and has a player option for the 2019-20 season. More money is available to Butler if he plays out his contract and enters the open market in 2019. He’s seeking a five-year deal worth around $190 million.