Reported Tottenham target Pablo Osvaldo is wanted by several clubs in the Barclays Premier League, his agent has claimed.
"I've been called by many people from Spain and England. Lots of English clubs have called me," Osvaldo's representative Dario Dacoud told The Mirror.
"He's very happy at Espanyol, but this is a job and sometimes there are things to which you can't say yes or no because it's your future.
"We will see. There is plenty of time."
The Espanyol striker netted an impressive 13 times in 24 appearances for the Barcelona side last season and, according to The Mirror, is being tracked by Spurs.
Skysports.com reports that a buyout clause of €20 million has been inserted into the contract of the 25-year-old Argentine, who previously plied his trade with Fiorentina.
Whether or not Spurs are genuinely interested in Osvaldo remains to be seen, but the north London club are known to be keen to bring a goalscorer of proven quality to White Hart Lane during the summer.
However, Harry Redknapp has reportedly been told by chairman Daniel Levy that he must trim his squad before significant investment can be made, while Roman Pavlyuchenko and Jermain Defoe have been tipped to leave White Hart Lane.
Spurs have also been linked with Chelsea star Didier Drogba and Manchester United flop Diego Forlan.