Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos has admitted he faces a decision regarding his future amid links with Tottenham and West Ham.
Real boss Zinedine Zidane is already planning for a big summer revamp at the Bernabeu having taken back the reigns following Santiago Solari’s sacking in March, and Ceballos is one of the players who is likely considered surplus to requirements.
Recent reports have suggested that Spurs are plotting a meeting with Ceballos’ representatives and are willing to pay €50m to land him, while West Ham have also been linked with the unsettled midfielder.
Liverpool have also been credited with interest in recent transfer windows, and now the player has given potential suitors hope by admitting his future is far from certain.
“Zidane has spoken to me, and he was very clear,” Ceballos told Onda Cero.
“I have accepted his explanations as to what he sees for me next season. However I do have a contract for four more years, and a high release clause.
“When I return I will make a decision. If I do leave, I want to play for a side that where I feel important.
“I want to show that I can play in any team in Europe. I am a young player that wants to succeed, and I cannot have another year of not playing.”
The midfielder arrived at the Bernabeu in a €16m deal from Real Betis, though he has struggled for opportunities under Zidane and has been widely tipped to leave.