Julian Draxler thinks a move to the Premier League would be too hard to turn down.
Schalke star Julian Draxler has said that a move to the Premier League would be a “dream”, according to Goal.com.
The German recently signed a new five year contract with Schalke but has said that it would be hard to turn down an offer from a top Premier League club like Manchester United or Chelsea.
The attacking midfielder signed a new contract in May and confirmed that he would stay with the German club for the 2013-2014 season.
Since then, their has been interest from Champions League runners-up Borussia Dortmund, who are looking to replace Mario Gotze who has joined Bayern Munich.
This has led to speculation that the 19 year old could move to a big club and the player has identified Manchester United and Chelsea as clubs he would like to play for, along with Real Madrid and Barcelona.
“Which boy doesn’t dream about playing for Real, Barca, Chelsea or Manchester United? That’s nothing to be ashamed of,” said Draxler.
The 19 year old currently has a £38 million release clause on his contract and his agent insists that the full amount must be reached for the German teenager to move clubs.
In recent days, reports have stated that Chelsea were preparing a bid to sign Draxler, with new boss Jose Mourinho said to be a fan of the attacking midfielder.