Serbian ace Milos Krasic has confirmed he wants to quit CSKA Moscow for the Premier League and that he knows a number of English clubs are interested in him.
Manchester United emerged as suitors over the weekend after watching him in action last week, whilst Harry Redknapp's Portsmouth are also keeping tabs on the situation.
Krasic, who is one of the most highly-rated forwards in Russia, operates from the right flank.
He is now ready to quit the Russian capital and his stance is likely to result in a scramble for his signature come January.
The interest in Krasic is not only coming from England with the likes of Hamburg, Werder Bremen, Porto and Paris St Germain all big fans of the 23-year-old flyer.
Time to move
"I think that the time has come for me to leave CSKA after several seasons which have been a fantastic success," he told Serbian newspaper Vecernje Novosti.
"The club are aware of my wish to move, although money is not a problem for them.
"Anyway I have personal ambitions and my wish is to play in England, I know that they [several English clubs] have been following me for a while.
"I am waiting until the end of the [Russian] season in November, when I hope to win a Champions League place with CSKA and after that we will have discussions.
"I know that offers will be sent next month."