Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels has dropped a huge hint over his future, which is sure to interest Manchester United who are reportedly keen on his signature in the summer, the Daily Mail reports.
The defender has admitted that he is unsure over his future, and has claimed that he is very much open to the idea of leaving the Bundesliga, and playing abroad to benefit his career.
Louis van Gaal has reportedly been desperate to land Hummels since the Dutchman took over the managerial hot-seat at Old Trafford last May, and speculation is rife on the transfer grapevine that he is set to make a move in the summer according to the Metro.
The German international remains coy regarding the rumours, and recently told Kicker magazine that he would like to leave the Signal Iduna Park, saying “Basically, I think moving abroad would be good for my professional and personal well-being. Eventually, I’d like to leave the Bundesliga.
Nonetheless, the 26-year-old insists that no secret transfer to the Premier League giants has been agreed.
“I’m being open about this because I’m not a fan of those who claim they are staying but, behind the scenes, have actually secretly agreed a transfer away from their current club.
“I will do what is best for my career and what I would like to do. Everyone knows how much I love it at Dortmund but I also want to make sure I’m part of a strong team with powerful players.”