Sevilla midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia has admitted that anything could happen this summer after attracting interest from the likes of Arsenal and Real Madrid.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admitted last month that the midfielder was on his radar after an impressive season in La Liga, while Spanish giants Madrid have also been heavily linked with a possible summer bid.

The 20 year old has was one of the standout performers for Sevilla in his debut season at the club, making 30 league appearances in a side that has largely underperformed and find themselves down in ninth place with just game remaining this season.

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Geoffrey Kondogbia competes with Barcelona's Thiago Alcantara for the ball during a league game in September. [Reuters]

While Sevilla have had a season to forget, registering just one win away from home, Kondogbia has excelled and has reportedly caught the eye of a number of coaches around Europe. As well as Arsenal and Real Madrid, ESPN report that Manchester City and Chelsea are also keen to recruit the Frenchman this summer.

Kondogbia stated that he would like to remain at Sevilla and honour the five-year contract he signed just 12 months ago, but he admitted that he is unsure what will happen in the summer.

"My goal is to finish the season and continue at Sevilla," Kondogbia told Onda Cero Radio. "I have four years left of my contract, but you never know."

The defensive midfielder was then pushed on whether he would be interested in joining Real Madrid, adding: "What do I think of Madrid? I like Madrid, as I like other clubs. But I am happy at Sevilla."

Kondogbia cost Sevilla just €3m when he joined from Lens last summer but his stock has risen drastically after his powerhouse performances in the heart of midfield.

A regular for France at various youth levels, Arsenal boss Wenger was cagey when asked if there was interest in the midfielder.

"I don't really want to talk about Kondogbia too much because everyone's after him at the moment," said Wenger. "When you ask 'Are you also interested?', what do you expect me to say?"

Arsenal struggled last season to find a direct replacement for Alex Song as Abou Diaby endured another injury plagued season which left Wenger short of options when it came to ball winning midfielders.

Kondogbia would certainly add some much need steel to the side but there is likely to be plenty of competition for the youngster who will likely have offers from several Champions League clubs this summer.