Sevilla have accepted an offer from Getafe for Kepa Blanco, but the striker is eager to keep his options open.
Blanco is coming to the end of a loan spell at West Ham United and must decide on his future after being told that he is not part of Sevilla's plans.
Getafe are busy rebuilding their squad for next term and only have to agree personal terms with Blanco in order to complete a transfer.
Blanco has talked with sporting director Santi Llorente and admits he is tempted by their proposal.
"It is a very interesting offer and one of the most attractive that I have," Blanco is quoted as saying by Marca.
"They tried to sign me last summer and when a club shows such a great interest it is very important to any player.
"Getafe are a club that have consolidated their position in the first division and are having a very good season.
"When I talked to Santi Llorente he told me that the agreement has been finalised.
"I have not yet agreed though, but it does seem interesting."
Blanco has enjoyed his taste of the Premiership however, and is not ruling out a permanent move to England if he receives the right offer.
"In two weeks when West Ham's season finishes, then I will decide who to sign for," he declared.
"I am not closing any doors. Even though I have not played much for West Ham lately, I like it here and I like the style of football.
"It is more physical and the stadiums are always full, something that does not always happen in Spain."