Schalke midfielder Max Meyer will consider his future after the U-21 European tournament in Poland, amid Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur interest.
The 21-year-old Bundesliga star has recently announced that he would not extend his stay at Schalke after last season disappointing campaign, which led to the dismissal of coach Markus Weinzierl.
And speaking with the Kicker, Meyer revealed that he has yet to talk to new Schalke manager Domenico Tedesco.
He added: “Sure, there is hope that things will be better for me at the club.
“I have not said that I will leave Schalke, but rather that I won’t extend my contract. We’ll see about the rest.”
The 21-year-old midfielder had an impressive game for Germany’s under-21 team in their 2-0 win against Czech Republic and his fine form has increased rumours linking him with a switch to Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp seems to be a huge admirer of Schalke ace and hopes to lure him at Anfield, while Mauricio Pochettiono is keen on to strengthen midfielder options following the recent injury update over Lamella’s fitness.
Argentinian attacker will miss the start of the 2017/18 season and the Spurs need to sign a quality replacement.