Walter Samuel
Inter Milan's Walter Samuel controls the ball during the Italian Serie A soccer match against Cagliari at the San Siro stadium in Milan November 19, 2011.

It appears that Inter Milan's Argentinean centre back, Walter Samuel, is being pursued by three Premier League clubs - Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham.

Samuel, 33, will be out of contract when his deal with the Italian Serie A TIM side expires in the summer and could move to England. However, his agent has warned potential suitors his services will not come cheaply.

"Ideally, Walter would like to come to London but he will listen to all offers," his agent, Barry O'Connor is quoted as saying in The Sun. The player will apparently demand wages in the region of £90,000 per week.

Samuel began his career in Argentina, with Newell's Old Boys and Boca Juniors. He transferred to Italian club Roma in 2000 and spent four years there before moving to Spanish side Real Madrid for a fee in the region of £17m, according to Sky Sports. He had a largely unsuccessful spell in Spain and opted to move back to Italy, to Inter Milan, the next year.

Samuel has made made over 50 appearances for his national team and has scored five times.