Olympique Lyonnais striker Lisandro Lopez has put a host of clubs around Europe on alert after casting doubts over his future at the club.
Tottenham and Monaco are both thought to be admirers of the Argentina international and his announcement may also attract other potential suitors from Europe’s top leagues consider him.
Lopez is Lyon’s second-top goalscorer this season with 10 goals in Ligue 1, but he has also had a number of public altercations with manager Remi Garde in recent weeks and has admitted he is considering his future at the club.
“I don’t think it is possible for me to continue here,” he told Metro.
“Before the end of the season I’m going to meet with the president and the coach and we’ll see.”
The striker arrived at Stade de Gerland in 2009 for a club record 24 million euros from Porto but his price tag his is set to be a lot lower this summer despite scoring 58 goals in 114 league games for Garde’s side.