Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin is ready to leave the Saints to join Arsenal or Chelsea.
The 25-year-old is determined to stay in the English Premier League but only to join a team that will feature in next season's Champions League.
Chelsea have already made a move for the Frenchman, offering John Obi Mikel as part of the deal but the Gunners are determined to battle for the Southampton man as they intend to strengthen in midfield.
"Yes, I think my decision is made," Schneiderlin told After Foot RMC.
"I learned a lot last season. The goal is to stay in England. It is a championship that I like and where I have a lot of fun. If I leave Southampton, it is for a club that plays better than the Europa League.
"There are ongoing discussions but nothing is done. But of course the Champions League is my goal. If I leave Southampton it will be for a club in the Champions League.
"I have a two-year contract. If a club pays the right amount for me, it will be time to leave.
"The amount? I have no idea but I will not leave for a small price. Southampton is known to be a good seller club, the price should be high enough."