Montpellier have confirmed Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal target Younes Belhanda will be allowed to leave the club in the summer.

The attacking midfielder has long been linked with a move to one of the north London sides, especially Spurs. Fenerbahce had also made an approach for the 23-year-old in January but the deal fell through after the two clubs failed to agree on a fee.

Younes Belhanda

Montpellier president Louis Nicollin has now revealed the club will listen to summer offers for Belhanda, as well as left-back Henri Obama, a target for West Ham, and former Portsmouth striker John Utaka.

"Bedimo and Belhanda can leave. I am waiting for different offers. Apart from those two, we can keep the rest of the squad. [John] Utaka can also leave, but he is expensive," Nicollin said.

Belhanda has 11 goals and three assists to his name from 30 appearances in all competitions for Montpellier this season. The Morocco international had earlier revealed his interest in a switch to the Premier League in the near future.

"My dream is to play for a Champions League club. I am a born competitor and in countries like England, Spain and Italy, there are big clubs that I would like to play one day," the midfielder pointed out.

Podolski Focused on Third World Cup

Meanwhile, Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski claims he is focused on finding regular game time over the next 12 months, in order to stay in Germany coach Joachim Low's plans for the 2014 World Cup.

The 27-year-old, who came off the bench in Germany's3-0 win over Kazakhstan last week, insists he is keen on holding on to his place with the national team.

"Of course I want to play forever. But I have witnessed so much with the national team. Some unique moments. I now have 108 caps," Podolski said.

"It would be my third World Cup. I'll be 29 years old and as you go towards 30, you have to look at how you feel, what thoughts you have after such a tournament. And then things will decide for themselves what is right. But basically, I have the goal to play as long as possible," the forward added.