Arsenal and Manchester United target Antoine Griezmann confirmed the Premier League will be his next destination if he leaves La Liga, according to reports in The Metro.

A number of clubs from the Premier League were said to be showing a keen interest in landing Griezmann, with the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea all apparently submitted bids over the summer.

The French international is one of the most prolific attackers in Europe and he has managed 10 goals in 20 appearances for his national side and club so far this season, and last season he scored 22 times in just 38 appearance.

The news outlet further report Ligue 1 giant PSG were also keen to sign the player, but he insisted that he won’t join any club outside the Premier League, so a move to PSG doesn’t look likely.

The 25-year-old attacker said when he was interviewed by Telefoot:

“I am in Madrid, we have a good team, I want to win titles, PSG is an interesting project but I don’t want to move to Ligue 1 now. I prefer to stay in La Liga or the Premier League. If I had to leave La Liga today, it will be for England…”