The agent of Espanyol striker Pablo Osvaldo claims there is Premier League interest in his client.
The Argentine only completed a permanent switch to Spain over the summer, having shone in Catalunya during a loan spell last term.
He penned a five-year contract with Espanyol in August and is less than six months into that agreement.
Speculation is mounting, though, that he could soon be on the move again, with interest in his services said to be mounting across Europe.
A number of top clubs have been linked with a January approach, keen to add the 24-year-old frontman to their attacking arsenal.
For now, though, Osvaldo's representative claims the only sides to have displayed a willingness to do business are from England.
"I have not had any contact from Juventus or Real Madrid," Dario Decoud told calciomercatoweb.it on the recent rumours.
"At the moment it is only English clubs that have shown an interest in him.
"He is very happy at Espanyol, though, as he is playing and scoring regularly. He's settled well in Barcelona."