Atsu, who is entering the final year of his contract at Estadio do Dragao, is likely to leave Porto after turning down the club’s offer of a new deal.
The 21-year-old has snubbed fresh terms because Porto are trying to increase his release clause to €30m (£24million) and he found himself out of favour in the second half of this season as a result of his contract wrangle.
The likes of Liverpool, Tottenham, Everton and Arsenal have all been linked with a move for Atsu and the Ghana international admits it would be a dream to play in England.
Atsu, who is away on international duty with Ghana for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers, hopes there will be a resolution over his future soon.
“I spoke to the club [Porto] before I came away on international duty and informed them that I won’t be signing a new deal,” Atsu told Sky Sports.
“The club have made their feelings clear to me after I refused to sign a new deal and I hope we can reach a resolution soon.
“It has always been my dream to play in England and it is flattering to be linked with some big Premier League clubs.
“At the moment I am focused on Ghana’s World Cup games, but I see my future in England and I hope I will have more news after these games.”