Tadic has admitted he could leave Twente this summer.
FC Twente forward Dusan Tadic has put interested clubs Arsenal and Everton on alert after revealing he could leave the Netherlands this summer, reports talkSPORT.
The Serbia international has been in sparkling form in the Eredivisie in 2012/13 and as a result has drawn the attention of several top European clubs.
Despite having only joined from fellow Dutch side FC Groningen for £6.8m last summer, Twente’s failure to qualify for either the Champions League or Europa League has made Tadic consider a move away.
“I feel good at FC Twente, but I am a professional and if a good offer for me and the club arrives, then we have to go to the table,” the 24-year-old told De Telegraaf.
“There is a lot of interest, but so far I have left everything to my manager. If there is something concrete, he will inform me.”
It is Tadic’s form in the Netherlands that has caught the eye of the likes of Arsenal and Everton, with the forward having played 51 matches for his club this campaign and scoring 16 goals.
The Serb, who mostly plays on the right-wing but is equally adept as a striker or attacking midfielder, also provided the most assists in the Dutch league last season with an impressive 15.
Tadic played every match of Twente’s Europa League adventure as well and the club’s sixth-placed finish this season and failure to qualify for Europe could count against the Eredivisie side.
According to football website transfermarkt.com if the Gunners or the Toffees want to land the forward then they will need to fork out 10m euros.
Watch Tadic scoring a superb 40-yard strike against Utrecht below: