Both Leeds United and Nottingham Forest are interested in signing Rayo Vallecano striker Miku, sources close to La Liga Blog can reveal.
The 31-year-old, who has plyed his trade in La Liga for the majority of his career has fallen out of favour at Segunda division side Rayo and is reportedly interested in linking up with former teammate Pablo Hernandez at Leeds.
With Forest also keen on acquiring his services, the Venezuelan whose contract expires at the end of the season will likely be leaving his current club for a small fee in January.
After netting 9 in Spain’s top tier during the 2015/2016 season, Rayo very unfortunately suffered relegation to the Spanish 2nd division and injury problems as well as a lack of form has seen Miku’s first team options limited.
However, should either Garry Monk or Philippe Montanier be able to reignite the same Miku that had an eye for goal during his stint in the Primera Division, he could prove to be a viable attacking option for the remainder of the season for whichever club gets him.