In January, we covered a report from Mundo Deportivo, who explained that Cardiff City have made a substantial offer to Real Betis in order to make Víctor Camarasa’s loan move permanent.
Neil Warnock’s side are 18th in the table with 28 points after 31 games, trailing 17th placed Burnley by five points and a game in hand.
Marca claims if the Welsh club are relegated from the Premier League, the midfielder most likely will not be at Cardiff next season.
Betis, on the other hand, have made it clear to the 24-year-old that he has no future with them and have already asked him to look for a way out in the summer.
It’s stated the Spaniard’s performance for Cardiff has seen several clubs believed to be interested in acquiring in his services.
Tottenham, Everton, West Ham and Leicester are now said to be among them.
There is a ‘growing interest’ from West Ham United, Everton and Leicester City in the player and in recent times, Tottenham Hotspur have joined other English clubs in the race for Camarasa.
Camarasa has a release clause of €24m in his Betis contract and Marca claims the La Liga outfit would be willing to negotiate a fee for his sale. The report explains an offer of €15m should be sufficient for potential suitors to land him at the end of the season.