Julian Draxler eyes Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea move

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Julian Draxler has admitted that he's interested in coming to the Premier League and has revealed that hit would be a "dream" to join clubs like Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea reports The Express

Draxler, who is currently in England with the German national side, has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League in recent time. 

And now the 20-year-old has indicated that he would like to make a move to England's elite division in the future. 

The attacking midfielder has starred in the Bundesliga at Schalke in the past couple of years and could now be attracting the likes of Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea.  

Speaking to the BBC, Draxler said: "I like English football. I like the Premier League of course - it's one of the best leagues in the world.

"You have big clubs like Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea - of course it's a big dream to play for one of them. I have my favourite team, but at the moment I'm at Schalke. I don't want to talk about other clubs.

"If I state Arsenal or Manchester United, maybe I'd read it tomorrow in the newspapers."

The Premier League's elite clubs will be heavily interested in England's clash with Germany tonight as Draxler may well join the likes of Wayne Rooney and Co. on the pitch at Wembley this evening.

Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal could now have one eye on the performance of the German youngster. 

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