Valencia striker Roberto Soldado has given the biggest indication he may join Tottenham Hotspur, suggesting that one day he would love to play in the Premier League.
Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas is reportedly a big fan of the Valencia hit-man, who is currently preparing for the Confederations Cup with the Spanish national team.
Soldado is surrounded by fellow Spaniards that have found a lot of success after playing in the Premier League, such as David Silva, Fernando Torres and Pepe Reina.
And in the build-up to the tournament, Soldado has admitted he has been tempted to link-up with his international team-mates in the Premier League.
Soldado also hinted at his admiration for the Bundesliga, suggesting a move to Germany would be something he would consider too.
Speaking to Movistar, Soldado said: "I'm not closing the doors to anyone. I know that some of my Spain team-mates have left Spain and done very well. The Premier League and Bundesliga are very attractive leagues for any player because of the atmosphere and reputation of these countries."
Valencia will be without Champions League football next season, after Miroslav Dukic's team only managed a fifth-place finish last season, meaning it will be Europa League football instead at the Mestalla next season.
But Soldado will have the chance to impress his Premier League admirers when Spain play their first game against Uruguay on June 16 in the Confederations Cup.
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