Tottenham and Liverpool target Max Meyer has revealed he could leave Schalke in the summer transfer window, report the Mirror.
Meyer is a product of Schalke’s academy, and immediately established himself as an important member of the Bundesliga outfit’s squad. Though only 21-years-old, he has already made 148 appearances for Schalke, finding the back of the net on 20 occasions.
His good performances for his club side have earned him several call-ups for the German national team. Meyer has played four times for Germany, for whom he has scored one goal.
According to the Mirror, Premier League giants Tottenham and Liverpool are both interested in securing Meyer’s services. They note that he is a long-term target for Spurs, while Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is a keen admirer of his compatriot.
They may well have been offered major encouragement in their pursuits of Meyer. The Mirror quote Meyer, who when asked about his future with Schalke revealed he is torn whether to extend his contract or leave the club: “Why not? I can imagine both. The odds are 50-50.”