Antoine Griezmann
Antoine Griezmann       Reuters

Antoine Griezmann has given hope to Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea regarding a summer move, denying reports he has already agreed terms to join Paris Saint Germain at the end of the season.

Reports in Spain and France claimed earlier this week that the French winger had decided to snub the Premier League giants and move instead to the Ligue 1 side.

However, Griezmann has rubbished the news insisting he is yet to decide his future.

"Having seen this news, I want to deny any discussions or an agreement with a club," Griezmann wrote on his official Twitter account.

"I want to clarify that despite rumours of a deal with PSG today, no contact or decisions of this type have been considered."

Nevertheless, it is expected that Griezmann will leave Real Sociedad in the summer with Arsenal, Chelsea and United ready to battle for his services.

He still has two-and-a-half years remaining on his contract and even though his release clause is £25m Real Sociedad are reportedly ready to sell him for a lucrative amount of money as they did last summer when they sold Asier Illarramendi to Real Madrid for around £30m.

Arsene Wenger may consider him a cheaper alternative to main target Julian Draxler while Jose Mourinho has been monitoring him since his managerial spell in La Liga.

Meanwhile, Manchester United scout David Friio recently revealed that David Moyes is also interested in signing the French youngster while the United manager was spotted watching him during France's 2-0 win over the Netherlands in the international friendly game last month.

"Griezmann would clearly bring something. His versatility and technique, in a tournament where the gaps are reduced, are real assets. You can't score 15 goals in a great league without having real qualities," Friio said last month.

Griezmann is considered one the most talented players in Spain, having scored 15 La Liga goals this season despite not being a striker.