Le Mans goalkeeper Yohann Pele admits he would be attracted by a move to either Arsenal or Bordeaux.
A number of clubs, including Tottenham, Portsmouth and Roma, have all been linked to Pele, who is out-of-contract at the end of the season.
The 26-year-old has already confirmed that he is planning to leave Le Mans at the end of the season.
Arsenal and Bordeaux are said to be considering bids and Pele admits their two coaches - Arsene Wenger and Laurent Blanc - would be big draws.
"Blanc has been a player; as a consequence he knows what the game is about," Pele told Canal Plus.
"Wenger has been in the footballing sphere for a while and I'm yet to make up my mind.
"Playing for Bordeaux would mean staying in the French league, but as far as I'm concerned I'd rather move to another European league.
"Anyway, I'm not ruling out any option.
"My contract is due to end (at the end of the season) and I have refused to sign a new deal.
"Working with Laurent Blanc and Arsene Wenger would be pleasant."