Daniel Alves is keen for his future to be resolved, although Chelsea have refused to make an improved offer for the Sevilla defender.
The Spanish club turned down Chelsea’s £21.5m offer last week and are waiting for an improved offer.
Brazilian Alves, 24, would be interested in joining Real Madrid if a move to Stamford Bridge falls through.
“Any player would be enthusiastic about joining Madrid but I just hope the matter is resolved soon,” he said. “I am still not any closer to confirming my future.
“But any player denying wanting to play for Real would be a liar. I am no different but it’s not a decision that I have to take.
“It’s a very complicated situation and I am worried. The only thing I want is for the situation to be resolved immediately.”
“But while I am with Sevilla I will act professionally. However, I am hopeful for some closure on this subject.”
He was omitted from Sevilla’s squad for the Champions League tie against AEK Athens on 15 August, prompting speculation that he was on the verge of leaving the club.
Alves admits he will be sad to leave Sevilla if a move to the Premier League or Spanish champions Real finally materialises.
“I have already made it clear that I want to continue to grow as a player and if that means having to leave Sevilla, I would be sorry because it’s been a very special club in my life,” he stated.