Last Updated: Mon, 18 Nov 2013 10:49
Fulham, Norwich City and Newcastle have been put on red alert after Ola Toivonen admitted he is finally ready to quit PSV Eindhoven.
The Sweden international refused a switch to Norwich in the summer, despite Carrow Road officials agreeing a £4.8million fee with the Dutch club.
The 27-year-old cast himself as an unpopular figure, despite having scored 60 goals for PSV, for his refusal to go for a fee but now admits he has come to an agreement to leave the Philips Stadion in January.
And Toivonen is even prepared to sign a new contract with PSV to help the club secure a reasonable transfer fee in January.
"It looks good, it expires in June," Toivonen told Fotbollskanalen.se.
"We have had a meeting with the club and I told them how I feel. It was an open and honest talk.
"I want to find a new club. But PSV also want that I sign and help the club.
"The dream would be to move in January, then PSV also get money."
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