Premier League record breaker Jamie Vardy has emerged as a shock target for Valencia, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Leicester forward, who broke the record for most consecutive Premier League games scored in recently, has been in red hot form for the Foxes this term as they mount a surprise attack on the top order of the league.
His meteoric rise from non-league football has been hitting headlines all season, with reports linking him with mega money moves to Chelsea and Manchester United.
However, Spanish giants Valencia are the latest top club to be touted as a potential destination for the 28-year old ex-Fleetwood Town man.
Following the appointment of England coach Gary Neville as the club’s manager, the former Manchester United legend has reportedly got his eyes set on Vardy this January.
Neville could go head to head with his former employers next month as the race to sign one of Europe’s hottest forwards hots up.