Schalke attacking midfielder Max Meyer could be on the move during the close-season after turning down an offer to sign a contract renewal, although he has ruled out a transfer to Bundesliga rivals Wolfsburg.
The Germany international's existing deal is due to expire in June 2018 and Schalke are keen to hold on to the 21-year-old beyond next term.
Meyer is considering his options, though, and he could be on his way out of the Gelsenkirchen side ahead of the 2017-18 campaign.
"I have received an offer for a contract renewal," Meyer told Bild.
"But my management and I have decided not to accept it.
"We will see if I leave this summer. A move to Wolfsburg is not an option."
Meyer has been heavily linked with clubs including Tottenham and Bayern Munich in recent months, with the reigning Bundesliga champions reportedly seeing the winger as a potential replacement for Douglas Costa, should the Brazilian opt to leave.