CA Talleres forward Ramón Sosa has admitted he would love to move to the Premier League and hopes interest from Newcastle United becomes something concrete.

The 24-year-old has been speaking to the press this week about the developing rumours about him as Newcastle and other Premier League sides reportedly show an interest.

A report earlier this month indicated that Newcastle are considering a potential move for the winger, with his club’s president admitting a move away this summer was likely.

That was backed up later by another report, this time from journalist Hernán Castillo, again insisting that Newcastle were in the picture and eyeing up a deal.

This, it seems, has made it’s way back to Sosa, who has openly admitted he would love to make the move if given the chance.

“The truth, that a club like Boca thinking of you is beautiful,” he admitted when asked directly about rumours regarding Boca Juniors.

“It is a source of pride because, imagine, there is much talk of the Premier League and it’s nice because it is a dream that I have, and I want to fulfil. I hope it comes true.”

LM Neuquén, meanwhile, add more fuel to the fire by insisting that ‘his destination seems to be England’ this summer.

They report that while Boca have started their efforts to try and made a deal happen, they’re yet to make a proposal and convincing Talleres president Andrés Fassi won’t be easy.

That’s because he knows he has ‘a diamond in the rough’ and is expecting a big offer for him, especially as there is interest in the Premier League from Newcastle and others.

Indeed, Newcastle’s apparent interest makes life difficult for Boca as they couldn’t compete with the salary offers that the Magpies could make.

There is also the fact that Sosa has a release clause worth $20m, something Boca would want to negotiate down, but Premier League sides could pay quite easily.

Whether Newcastle want to offer such an amount remains to be seen but the player is obviously keen, and so is his father.

“We are ready, we want to go with it,” he said in an interview with 1080 AM radio.

“We will go see him (if he goes to England). I always teach him. We had the dream of him being a player.”