Porto striker Hulk has hinted that he would be happy to make a move abroad this summer.
The Brazilian scored 23 goals in 26 Primeira League matches last season as Porto won the domestic double and the Europa League.
Despite the player having signed a new deal in May keeping him at the club until 2016, the 24-year-old has hinted he would be open to a move away, with Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur reportedly prowling.
"Before I came on holiday I extended my contract with Porto by two years," Hulk said.
"But if there is a good opportunity for me and for the club, a transfer could take place. I have no choice about which league I’d like to play.
"Right now I’m in Portugal and already with a big club. But if I go to Spain, Italy, England or Germany I would be happy too."
City are looking to replace the departing Carlos Tevez, while Spurs are also in the market for a new frontman following a season while saw all three of their forward misfire.
However, City are more likely to match Porto's valuation of Hulk than Tottenham.