Diego Llorente has been a regular inclusion in Real Sociedad’s starting lineup this season.
According to AS, the centre-back is drawing attention from West Ham United, Fulham and AS Monaco.
The 26-year-old is aware he’s appreciated a lot in England as West Ham and Fulham, Liverpool and Tottenham have him on their agenda and they have watched him live on several occasions.
The former Real Madrid’s man impressive displays for Sociedad also helped him to regularly make it to the Spain squad in the first half of the season, when Roberto Moreno was La Roja’s manager.
Moreno is now with Monaco and his compatriot’s presence at the Ligue 1 side could weigh in Llorente’s decision to join the French club.
Monaco wanted the defender in the winter market, but he decided to continue with the La Liga club. They have still maintained an interest in him, despite having a €50m release clause.
With interest from the likes of Fulham, West Ham, and the bigger clubs, Llorente has a range of options.
Sociedad have made it to the Copa del Rey final and the Coronavirus crisis has postponed the clash against Athletic Club Bilbao. AS states the final ‘may weigh on his decision’ to change clubs.