Camarasa waiting for 'better proposals' than Cardiff
Víctor Camarasa has snubbed the chance to join Cardiff permanently as he reportedly would like to move to another Premier League club.
The Spanish midfielder is currently in the final weeks of a season-long loan deal from Real Betis, who are looking to move him on after signing Giovani Lo Celso on a permanent deal from Paris Saint-Germain.
The 24-year-old has been told to find a new club this summer and Diario de Sevilla state Camarasa turned down the chance to make his move permanent in January because of concerns over the club's top-flight status.
The report claims Camarasa has been holding out for 'better proposals' from other Premier League sides and that they have begun to come in for him.
Marca claim Tottenham have most recently been linked with a move for Camarasa at the end of the season, while Everton and West Ham are also interested.
Leicester City have also been considering Camarasa as a potential summer signing because he would fit into new manager Brendan Rodgers' style of football.
Camarasa has made 28 Premier League appearances this term and has been directly involved in eight goals, which is almost a third of the Bluebirds' tally.
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