Valencia midfielder David Albelda claims Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur have shown an interest.
The Spain international is looking to leave Valencia before the close of the transfer window after being ditched by new coach Ronald Koeman.
However, Albelda is currently in dispute with the Che, who insist he can only leave for his buy-out clause, which stands at 60million euros (£44.5m).
He has been linked with a switch to the Premier League and says he would be tempted by the prospect of playing in London.
Chelsea and Spurs have been in touch, according to Albelda, but he is waiting to resolve his situation with Valencia before seeking out a new club.
"I am grateful to Tottenham and Chelsea for their interest, but I cannot negotiate until I have sorted out my departure from Valencia," Albelda told AS.
"I am very attracted to playing in England and especially in London."
Spurs appear unlikely to follow up any interest in the midfielder, with reports claiming Juventus' Tiago is on his way to White Hart Lane.