Marseille striker Michy Batshuayi is open to moving to the Premier League

Tottenham and West Ham target Michy Batshuayi admits he is “attracted” to the Premier League.

But Marseille’s Belgian striker, 22, won’t decide on his future until after the Euros.

Batshuayi hit 27 goals for club and country this season to attract interest from Spurs, the Hammers and Italian duo Juventus and Roma.

He said: “Everybody likes the Premier League. It has a lot of spectacle, a lot of goals and many good players.
“It is natural that every good player is attracted by that league.

“(But) I don’t think about that (a transfer). I prefer to concentrate 100 per cent on the Euros. Then we will see what happens.”

Marseille’s caretaker boss Franck Passi has already confirmed Batshuayi will be allowed to leave the Ligue 1 club this summer.

Tottenham’s head of recruitment Paul Mitchell watched Marseille’s Michy Batshuayi in the French Cup final last weekend but faces a struggle to convince the Belgium striker to sign on the dotted line.

Batshuayi is expected to move this summer with Liverpool also interested in the £30million-rated centre-forward.

The 22-year-old is concerned about penning a long-term deal at White Hart Lane when he is likely to be backup to homegrown star Harry Kane.

The young Englishman has established himself as one of the Premier League’s best after sustaining the remarkable form of his breakout 2014/15 campaign.

Batshuayi prefers a move to Tottenham over other Premier League options, with Mauricio Pochettino’s side playing in the Champions League.

But sources in France have told Mirror Sport that he may seek contract clauses that would allow him to leave for a set fee if guarantees over playing time are not met.