Inter Milan and Leicester City target Tonny Vilhena is available on a free transfer after his club Feyenoord broke down contract talks over 'excessive wage demands'.
The 21-year-old Netherlands international midfielder has been dubbed the next Edgar Davids by Dutch media since graduating from the esteemed Feyenoord academy.
His impressive displays as a box-to-box midfielder in the Eredivisie has attracted interest from all over Europe, with Voetbal International reporting Hamburg, Wolfsburg, AC Milan, Internazionale, Porto and the Foxes as potential suitors.
Vilhena claims it's not his fault the club won't receive a fee for his move, as it has always been his intention to stay with the Dutch giants and rubbished reports claiming he demanded too much.
"Its not for nothing that I entered into conversation with the club," he told Voetbal international. "Everybody knows it's my home, so a longer stay at the club was a serious option for me, also Feyenoord is my club and will remain so.
"The only thing I asked for is a salary that most other players get at the club. Feyenoord were not prepared for that. Okay, then don't.
"I hear and read that I get put down as a money-grabber, but those who know salaries at Feyenoord, know I'm not. I do not earn millions, but should I still get less than other guys? It's just a form of appreciation. Feyenoord does not want to give me that, well, then I look further.
"I wish the club all the best and I will miss the coach Giovanni van Bronckhorst. I am grateful for the confidence he has given me. I'm confident that I'll go to a nice club where I can develop further."