VfL Wolfsburg forward Julian Draxler has ambitions to play for one of the biggest clubs in Europe, according to the Bundesliga outfit's sporting director, Klaus Allofs.
The 22-year-old has been linked with moves to La Liga and the English Premier League in recent seasons after bursting onto the scene with Schalke, but ultimately opted to replace Kevin De Bruyne at the Volkswagen Arena last season.
Now after his impressive showings at Euro 2016 with Germany, the likes of Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal have all reportedly enquired about his services.
Allofs admits Draxler will eventually move to a bigger club, but whoever is interested will have to offer a mammoth bid in order for him to be released from his long-term contract.
"It is clear that Wolfsburg is not the end of his dreams – neither was Schalke. There are clubs like Real Madrid, FC Barcelona or one or other club from England," he told Bild.
"But Julian knows exactly how the contractual situation is. He has a long-term contract with us. We plan to stick with it!"