Sevilla are keen to extend Christian Poulsen's deal with the club, while PSV Eindhoven's Jefferson Farfan is interested in a move to the Liga giants.
The Denmark international is contracted to the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan until 2009, although a number of clubs are interested in his services.
Poulsen, who has confirmed his happiness with the Andalucians, believes talk of Sevilla offering an extension is good as it means he is doing a job.
"This is positive, because it shows that they are pleased with me," he told BT. "I've got a contract until 2009, so I don't know if it's because other clubs are interested.
"I do not see any reason to change teams. I am very happy here because I love the city and also because of the success of the team."
Meanwhile, PSV striker Farfan has conceded the possibility of playing for Sevilla interests him, although he is happy and settled with the Eredivisie outfit.
A number of European clubs are tracking the free-scoring Peru international, however, he would rather play in Spain or Italy than England.
"I can't deny that I feel very comfortable at PSV, but I am seduced by the chance of playing in Spain, especially for a team like Sevilla," he said.
"Since Sevilla got in touch with me I like the idea and I am honest when I say that I think that Sevilla are a fantastic team.
"I have also received offers from other teams, like Napoli. I have also received proposals from England but that doesn't motivate me as much as playing in Spain or Italy."