Tottenham and Arsenal target, Morgan Schneiderlin, admits he has not made up his mind regarding his future at Southampton. The French international has been on the radars of the North London duo for quite some time now, and they are both set to rekindle their interest in him this summer.

He has had another excellent campaign for the Saints, and is regarded as one of the best defensive midfielders in the Premier League. His ability to protect the back line and start attacks has helped to propel Southampton into Champions League contention and he has a huge number of admirers.

Whether Ronald Koeman's men will let the 25-year-old leave in the next transfer window is undecided, as they will want to keep hold of their best player, who can help them build for next season. They are certainly a club on the up, but the midfielder is undecided on where he will be next term.

Bids of around £20 million are expected in the coming months in order to prize him away from St Mary's and, for a player of his quality; that is a very good deal. His style of play suits both Spurs and Arsenal as they are looking for a combative type of midfielder, who can win the ball for the more creative players.

He is renowned for his tackling, passing, interceptions and aerial duels, and is alongside Nemanja Matić the best in the business.

He is a fully fledged French international with seven caps to his name, and he also represented them at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Both Mauricio Pochettino and Arsène Wenger will be looking to splash the cash ready for next season and Schneiderlin will almost certainly be a top transfer target for them both. Whether Champions League Football has a part to play in the midfielder's decision is still yet to be confirmed, but all three teams have very good chances in achieving their targets.

Playing at the top level of European football can only enhance his reputation further in the game and it also improves his chances of becoming a regular in the national set-up alongside Paul Pogba and company.