Jules Kounde has said he could leave Sevilla this summer.
The defender has been linked with a move to Real Madrid, Arsenal and Manchester United among other top clubs in recent months.
The 22-year-old, who is rumoured to cost around €70 million (£60m/$85m), hopes to join a team capable of competing for major trophies.
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What has been said?
"I may have to change clubs this summer. I have not decided anything," the France international said.
"My goal is, one day, to evolve into a great club to always try to progress, win trophies. To be able to start the season each year by telling yourself that the goal is win a particular trophy. I might have to move, but that’s not relevant today.”
On when he noticed he was becoming a major prospect, Kounde added: "I would say that perhaps when I arrived at Sevilla and started playing more and more, also with the arrival of the Champions League. It has always been something in my head. I have always believed in it, I have always worked for it. To have it.
"That objective in the sights meant that I was able to have the performances I did at Sevilla. Also thanks to this club that helped me a lot and my team-mates who always pushed me."
How has Kounde performed at Sevilla?
Kounde joined the Spanish club from Bordeaux in 2019.
He featured 49 times in all competitions in 2020-21, missing just five matches over the course of the campaign as they finished fourth in La Liga.
The centre-back's team-mate Diego Carlos has backed him to excel at one of Europe's top teams .