Arsenal,Chelsea and Manchester United target Julian Draxler has been droppinghints regarding his uncertain future this week, open to the possibility of leaving Schalke for the Premier League in the future.
The German International has a release clause of €45m after penning a new deal this summer, but remains on the radar of Europe's biggest clubs regardless
Draxler has previously spoken about his admiration for the English style of football, while sharing appreciative words about international team-mates Per Mertesacker and Mesut Ozil at Arsenal.
Schalke have failed to give him a permanent spot in his preferred number 10 position, a fact he has openly admitted to being disappointed about.
The 19-year-old is reportedly desperate to feature in the playmaker role, but Schalke have refused to do so.
He has been shifted out to the left wing, in recent weeks, while rookie Max Meyer has taken to a central role role under Jens Keller. And by the looks of things,he may be on his way out.
“I have now resigned myself to the fact that I am not welcome in the number 10 position here at Schalke,” he told Kicker magazine.
He continued: "I am still convinced to be as dangerous just outside the centre. Even though I perhaps am the only one who thinks this."
Draxler has performed astoundingly well for both club and country as a teenager, scoring 14 goals for Schalke in a total of 89 appearances while already earning 10 caps for Germany.
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