The striker has stated that La Liga is his ideal destination.
It seems that half the teams in Europe have been linked with Rijeka striker Andrej Kramaric, and it’s no surprise given his stats this season.
The deadly poacher has scored an astonishing 28 goals in 29 games for his club in Croatia, and Europe’s clubs are circling ever closer.
But all of these teams have been dealt a setback by the forward’s latest quotes.
“I would like to play in the Primera División as Spanish football is, for its style, the best for me,” Kramaric is quoted as saying by Spanish paper AS.
“Sitting on the bench is not my choice, I want to ensure that I will play,” he added.
The 22-year-old has clearly taken on board what his international manager Niko Kovac told him a few weeks ago, and it seems that the youngster wants to make the right decision and go somewhere that will play him.
Atletico Madrid could be an option for the Croatian international. Diego Simeone’s team have had success with Mario Mandzukic up front, but fellow summer signing Alessio Cerci has struggled, and the Spanish side may be looking to replace him.
Atletico play at the top level, but are not so good that Kramaric would struggle for minutes as he might at Chelsea or Arsenal.