Sevilla striker Kepa Blanco claims to have an offer on the table from an unnamed Premiership club and admits he is ready to consider his future.
The powerful 22-year-old is a product of Sevilla's youth system and has been part of their first-team squad for the past couple of seasons.
However, despite starting this term as a first-choice for coach Juande Ramos, he has fallen out of favour in recent weeks and now finds himself behind Fredi Kanoute and Luis Fabiano.
With Sevilla poised to strengthen further through the £3million capture of Russian international Aleksandr Kerzhakov, Blanco could well be pushed further down the pecking order and, as a result, is now willing to study the offers he has received.
"Before I went away on holiday there was an offer from Germany and an offer from England," he revealed. "I think that you have to evaluate the teams and circumstances involved before you go to one place or another.
"If the time comes when it is not in your interests to be here, you have to look elsewhere."