Hamburg midfielder Pietr Trochowski could be set for a summer move to the Premier League, according to the German media.
The 25-year-old former Bayern Munich man has made more than 100 league appearances for Hamburg since arriving in 2005, and helped guide the club to the semi-finals of both the German Cup and UEFA Cup in 2008/09, losing to Werder Bremen in both competitions.
However, the future of the German international - who has made 20 outings for the national team - has been cast into doubt following the departure of Hamburg coach Martin Jol to Ajax, with Trochowski hinting he is ready to move on in order to satisfy his craving for success.
And Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa and Everton are all believed to be waiting in the wings ready to lure the highly-rated middle-man to English shores.
"I actually feel happy in Hamburg, but I am not married to HSV," he told Bild.
"For four years we have only just been sneaking into the UEFA Cup, but I want to improve and win titles so something has got to change.
"If that does not happen with HSV, then it will have to happen with another club. "I don't feel I have the support of the club's management."comments