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Thomas Gravesen's agent is quiet on reports linking his client with a move to Real Madrid.
Spanish reports have suggested that Real are set to mount a January bid for Gravesen - who has been one of The Premiership's top performers so far this season.
Manchester United have been tipped to make a move for the Dane, as well as Real's city neighbours Atletico.
Now Real could start a bidding battle by making a shock move for Gravesen.
Everton star Thomas Gravesen has confessed that he is flattered at links to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
The Danish midfielder has been in scintillating form for Everton this year, prompting projected interest from La Liga.
Gravesen insisted that there had been no firm contact from anywhere, but confessed his admiration for Real.
"The interest from Real Madrid in me comes as a great surprise," Gravesen told AS.
"I know absolutely nothing about it and I cannot comment further because there are so many rumours.
"If you want to know anything you should talk to my representative.
"Real Madrid are a great club but I cannot say more."
Gravesen is currently the player with the highest average rating from skysports.com readers from this season, and won a place in the writers' team of the season so far.
Everton boss David Moyes insists the club have had no contact with Real Madrid and remains hopeful the Dane will sign a new deal at Goodison Park.
"There has been no contact whatsoever from Real Madrid," Moyes told the club's official website.
"I have heard the rumour circulating for a week or two and it seems to be the season of rumours just at the moment
Thomas Gravesen feels he has fulfilled a dream after completing his move to Real Madrid from Everton.
The Denmark international has signed a three-and-a-half year contract at El Santiago Bernabeu after Real stumped up £2.5 million for the midfielder.
Everton sanctioned the Denmark international's departure after manager David Moyes admitted he could not stand in Gravesen's way.