Reported West Ham and Sunderland target Radoslav Zabavnik is set to go on trial with FC Nurnberg.
The Slovakian international, who can play in defence or as a defensive midfielder, is available on a free transfer after his two-year contract with Russian club Terek Groznyj expired in December.
His agent Juraj Venglos has confirmed the Premier League interest but revealed the 29-year-old is set to join Nurnberg on a week-long training camp in Belek, Turkey, on Saturday where the German side will be preparing for the second part of the Bundesliga season.
Venglos told Slovakian daily Sport: "On top of that (the Premier League interest) though, there is also interest from other sides, for instance from some Bundesliga outfits.
"At this moment, nothing is as far as that we would be preparing to sign a contract.
"The ice will be broken probably at the beginning of the New Year. I am expecting that more about Rado's future should be revealed within the first week of January."
Nurnberg sports director Martin Bader says the club have heard good reports about the player, who has 40 international appearances under his belt.
He told the club's official website: "We want to learn more about him and see him in action as we have had a lot of good reference on him.
"He is a versatile defensive player and in the national team he has been playing both as left-back and right-back."