Valencia star striker David Villa has spoken out over recent transfer rumours, stating that, if he was to leave Spain, England would be his ideal destination...
With Chelsea and Spurs both chasing Valencia forward David Villa, the young Asturian has fuelled the fires of speculation by stating that a move to the Premiership is an exciting prospect.
The Sky Blues are said to be looking for a long-term replacement for Didier Drogba, while Spurs could lose Dimitar Berbatov, necessitating a transfer for either team.
Villa said of the idea to Sky Sports, ""I am happy at the interest within the Premier League and this is my dream if I leave Spain."
Meanwhile, embattled Valencia sporting director Miguel Angel Ruiz said, "If we receive a formal offer, we'll study it."
The Spanish sensational hotshot release clause is approaching the nine-digit figure mark, but with Los Che struggling this season and the club in a period of rebuilding, Villa could potentially be allowed to leave if the club is unable to reach Euope this season.
A fee of Â£25m (33.5m euros) may be enough to tempt the Spanish giants into selling the man who joined from Real Zaragoza in 2005 for Â£8.2m( 11m euros.)
and went to amassed 57 goals & 20 assists in 104 games for 'Los Che'.
'El GuaJa' has also earned 22 caps under Luis Aragones for the Spanish national football team, scoring 17 goals.