Arsenal's top summer target Serge Aurier has once again insisted he is likely to move to the Premier League – but urges the Gunners to act quickly after claiming Paris Saint Germain remains an option for him.
The 21-year-old Toulouse right-back has also been linked with Liverpool, Tottenham and Queens Park Rangers but reports claim that Arsene Wenger's side lead the race to secure his services.
Indeed, recent reports even claimed he had already agreed a five-year contract with the north London club worth £60,000-a-week, and was expected to fill the void left by Bacary Sagna.
Aurier has himself fuelled those rumours a number of times, revealing his passion for Arsenal while retweeting a video posted by a Gunners fan featuring the defender.
However, the right-back now says that not only has he not signed a contract with Arsenal but he is still open to offers from other clubs – particularly PSG.
"People said I had already signed an agreement with Arsenal. This is not true. All I can say is that I like the Premier League the most," he said to FootMercato.
"Playing in England is a dream, but sometimes they do not materialise. If PSG or ASM are keen, I won't ignore that."
Questioned about a possible move to Ligue 1, Aurier said: "I have heard of PSG's interest.
"They are a very good club, one of Europe's best. They are in the top eight and me being Parisian makes the link stronger. Apart from that, I will let the competent people around me take care of it.
"It is interesting to know that the club with the means to buy anyone they want are interested in me. I am also Parisian.
"PSG and Monaco can meet my representatives. We will see what happens. What I want is a club where I am guaranteed to play."
Aurier proved to be a sensation in the World Cup for Ivory Coast while last season he was crowned the best right back in Ligue 1.