Zenit St Petersburg forward Hulk has confirmed he has received offers from Premier League clubs Chelsea and Tottenham.
After a disappointing one-season spell at Russian giants Zenit St Petersburg, Hulk has decided he wants to quit the club and is reportedly interested in a switch to a Premier League club.
Hulk has confirmed transfer offers from the aforementioned London duo and has admitted that such offers could lead to his exit.
"Those approaches [by other clubs] do exist," Hulk told a Brazilian radio station.
"There are lots of clubs interested in me though."
The 26-year-old played a key role in last month's Confederations Cup as he helped Brazil lift the cup on home soil.
"Zenit is a great club, but if I do go I want to move to a better place, with a better team in a better competition," added Hulk.
Zenit, who signed Hulk from Porto for £32million, are prepared to offload the Brazilian ace for a similar price.
Chelsea are desperate for Hulk's signature after failing to land the striker last season.
However, Chelsea's local rivals are believed to be confident of capturing Hulk.
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