Ghana starlet Prince Tagoe has confirmed to skysports.com he is set for a move to Europe in the summer.
The 22-year-old is currently plying his trade in Saudi Arabia, but his contract with Al-Ettifaq is set to expire at the end of the season.
Middlesbrough and Valencia are two clubs reported to be leading the chase for Tagoe.
The youngster admits there are a number of clubs in the running to secure his signature.
"I am fine, my contract will run out soon, so I am a free agent at the moment, there are many contacts in Europe," he told skysports.com.
"I want to move in Europe to measure myself to the top players, I trust my ability."
He admits both Middlesbrough and Valencia represent attractive options.
"Middlesbrough are a good team, they are fighting to stay in the Premier League, so let's wait and see," said the Ghana international.
"Valencia, they a top team in Spain so that can make you think twice when they want you.
"So as I said let's wait to see."