Both Arsenal and Borussia Dortmund are also chasing the £9m-rated German.
Long-term Manchester United target Matthias Ginter has revealed that he is desperate to plat for a “big” club at some point in the future, according to reports in the Daily Express.
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The exciting young Germany Under-21 international has been attracting the attentions of the Red Devils’ head coach David Moyes for some time now, with the Scot having even flown to Germany last week to watch the coveted centre back in action first hand playing for Freiburg against Hertha Berlin in the Bundesliga,
And with the Premier League champions certain to be in need of a new central defender at Old Trafford next season following the announcement on Wednesday that captain Nemanja Vidic is joining Inter Milan this summer, Moyes will have been encouraged to hear the 20-year-old’s comments.
“I am unable to publicly discuss negotiations, this should remain behind closed doors,” Ginter told SPORT1.
“It’s definitely good to know great clubs are interested in my services. It’s an honour to see clubs like this being keen.
“It’s my goal to play for a big club one day in the future. This is no secret.
“It doesn’t need to be Bayern Munich. Still, to play for a big club is the dream of every football player.”