Sunderland, Southampton and Liverpool are considering Antonio Adan ahead of the summer transfer window, AS reports.
The 28-year-old goalkeeper is currently contract to Betis, with a deal that expires in the summer of 2019.
A former Real Madrid youth product, Adan has been impressing in La Liga this season, and is said to be a contender to head to the Euros with Spain this summer - despite the fact he has yet to be capped by the senior side.
He is highly rated, and the report indicates that there is a good chance he will leave Betis this summer, likely for a low fee.
As he recently extended his contract, there was a buyout clause inserted which means Adan is available for just £6.2 million (€8m) this summer. At his age, he is still young for a goalkeeper, and the report believes that few others would be available for such a small fee.
Sunderland, Southampton and Liverpool are named in the report as clubs who have shown an interest in Adan recently, as they all have ambitions to add a new goalkeeper to their squad before the start of next season.
The report indicates that the biggest interest comes from England, as they can easily stretch financially to match the demands placed upon Adan’s head - from both Betis and the player himself.