Everton star would turn down Manchester United in favour of either Arsenal or Chelsea.
Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini is keen to move to London, with the Daily Mirror claiming the Belgian hopes that Chelsea and Arsenal bid for him so he can fulfil his dream.
His preference of living in the capital is such that he would rather go to Chelsea or Arsenal than reunite with former boss David Moyes, who is now in charge at Manchester United.
The Gunners and Chelsea have both been linked with deals for the excellently coiffed Belgian, as both have money to spend this summer, and Fellaini would be a great asset to either club.
The 25 year-old scored 11 goals and provided five assists in his 31 Premier League appearances for Everton last season, playing a more attacking role than he is perhaps used to, and whilst an impressive record, it is likely that he would be deployed further back at either Arsenal or Chelsea.
Both the Gunners and the Blues are in need of a physical presence in midfield to protect the defence, with John Obi Mikel yet to gain the full trust of either his managers or fans at Stamford Bridge, and Arsenal lacking a true midfield enforcer, as well as the likes of Aaron Ramsey and Mikel Arteta have performed there.
Fellaini’s release clause is public knowledge, with Everton chairman Bill Kenwright even referencing it during the unveiling of Roberto Martinez as manager, and his £23 million asking price is affordable for either Arsenal or Chelsea.
With plenty of Belgium internationals in London – Chelsea have Eden Hazard as well as Thibaut Courtois and Romelu Lukaku, should they not head out on loan, Arsenal have Thomas Vermaelen and rivals Tottenham Hotspur have Jan Vertonghen and Moussa Dembele – Fellaini could well feel at home in the capital.