Cardiff City will look to secure the future of loan star Victor Camarasa amidst interest from top-half Premier League clubs in his services.
According to Spanish outlet Marca, Bluebirds boss Neil Warnock is willing to pay £13.5m to make his stay in South Wales permanent.
The 24-year-old joined the Bluebirds in the last week of the summer transfer window from Real Betis, signing a season-long loan deal.
He has adapted to life in the English Premier League extremely well, starting 17 of the club’s 18 league outings to date and putting in a number of impressive performances in the centre of midfield.
The Spaniard has scored twice and provided two assists, with his last goal coming from the penalty spot in Saturday’s disappointing 5-1 defeat to Manchester United at the Cardiff City Stadium.
It is understood that Cardiff have no option to purchase Camarasa automatically at the end of the season, so Warnock is keen to agree a deal when the transfer window opens next month.
The player is contracted to his parent club until the summer of 2022.