Carlos Beltran will be all ears if the Mets want to make him an offer this offseason.

The All-Star outfielder didn’t leave New York on the best of terms with Mets management but told The Post that wouldn’t preclude him from a return engagement with the club.

“Maybe I’ll see you maybe I won’t” Beltran said laughing when asked about a return to the Mets. “I’m going to listen to everybody and we’ll see what happens.”

According to sources Beltran spoke with Mets COO Jeff Wilpon at the All-Star Game in July and the two sides may have patched up old wounds. Beltran would only acknowledge on Saturday that he spoke with Wilpon but declined to specify what was discussed.

“I have nothing against them” said Beltran whose Cardinals face the Pirates in Sunday’s Game 3 of the National League Division Series at PNC Park. The series is tied 1-1. “I would say that was unfortunate to go through that whole thing with my surgery but I’m pretty good in letting things go.”

The rift occurred before the 2010 season when Beltran underwent knee surgery and the Mets claimed he never received proper approval from the club. A war of words ensued and both sides remained bitter as Beltran spent half the season rehabbing the knee.

Later that season the Mets made an issue of Beltran’s absence from a team visit to Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Beltran had a meeting that day for the foundation he established and couldn’t attend.
Beltran who was dealt to the Giants for Zack Wheeler near the trade deadline in 2011 is completing a two-year $26 million contract with the Cardinals and could be just the short-term option general manager Sandy Alderson seeks to bolster his outfield.