Valencia winger Vicente has revealed his desire to play in the Barclays Premier League, with Newcastle one of the clubs keen to sign the Spaniard.
The 29-year-old is set to become a free agent at the end of this month, bringing an end to his 11 years at the Mestalla Stadium.
Swansea City and Blackburn Rovers are also interested in the player, according to Sky Sports, whilst Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is also interested in the former Spanish international.
"In a few days I will decide my future and it will be in England," Vicente told Spanish publication Superdeporte.
SkySports claim the former Levante star also admitted he 'desires to play in the Premier League' after making close to 250 appearances for Los Che.
Pardew is thought to be instigating a summer overhaul at St James' Park in the coming months, with a handful of players heading both in and out of Newcastle United.
Club captain Kevin Nolan was the first to leave the Magpies in the transfer window, with uncertain futures also hanging over Jose Enrique, Fabricio Coloccini, Joey Barton, Alan Smith and Jonas Gutierrez.
Reports in The Journal today claim Newcastle United would be willing to listen to offers for the Argentine international winger, dubbed 'the greyhound', and his exit could pave the way for a move for Vicente.