Chelsea striker Diego Costa has hinted he would be open to a move to French football in the future.
There is nothing to suggest Chelsea are going to part company with Costa, but the 28-year-old praised Ligue 1 to French broadcaster Telefoot this week.
“Marseille have constructed a nice project and PSG, we know, are respected in Europe,” he said.
“Monaco also have a wonderful project and have some great players. Ligue 1 is developing.
“I am very happy at Chelsea but anything can happen in football. If I need to make a change, France is a country where I have never played. So why not?”
Costa, who is Brazilian born, is currently on international duty with Spain and scored in their World Cup qualifier over Isreal in a dominant 4-1.
And Julen Lopetegui’s side are now preparing for a friendly against France.
Costa, who has scored 22 goals this season, will hope to be in contention to face Crystal Palace in the Blues’ next game on April 1.