CSKA Moscow striker Vagner Love has revealed that he is clamouring for a move to Real Madrid.
The Brazilian admits that Premier League outfit Everton have expressed an interest in acquiring his services, but concedes that he is holding out for a switch to Spain.
The 24-year-old has spent the last four years in Russia, but is now seeking a move elsewhere.
He claims Everton have already made contact with CSKA in regards to a possible deal, but believes a transfer to reigning Primera Liga champions Real would help improve his international prospects.
"Until now the only concrete offer I have received came from Everton in England," he told Globo Esporte.
"There wasn't any contact (with Real Madrid) but it would be wonderful. Every player's dream is to represent Real Madrid.
"Certainly I would do the possible and impossible to be released by the CSKA president.
"Because of the work I have been doing here I think I deserve to be called up (by Brazil). But the boss, Dunga, has other options and called great players up too.
"That is also a reason to join Real. If I were scoring many goals for a mid-European giant, I am sure I would be called."