Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Julian Draxler has insisted he has no intentions of leaving the club this summer.
When asked about the speculation, Draxler told Bild: “I cannot say anything about that, because I have no intention of leaving the club.
“I have heard nothing from the club [in regards to leaving]. I have not talked to anyone, I know nothing,” he added.
Draxler joined the Parisians in January 2017 from Wolfsburg and has made over 100 appearances for the French champions. In that time, the German has won Ligue 1 and the Coup de France on two occasions.
However, the 2018-19 campaign was something of a disappointing season for Draxler, who netted just three league goals throughout the whole year.
Draxler, one of the few remaining members of the 2014 World Cup-winning squad, said earlier this week he is pleased to be part of this new-look German side.
“It’s been a while since I’ve been part of the team and I’m very happy to be back again,” he said.
“A lot has happened over the last few months. We’ve started to build up a new team.
“Something had to happen after our bad World Cup showing. We are highly motivated and want to achieve big things during the next objectives that lie ahead of us.
“It will take time until we’re back at the same level as the 2014 and 2016 teams, but if we keep working hard on ourselves then we have the potential to find our way back to our old strength.”
Die Mannschaft are currently three points behind leaders Northern Ireland, who have a 100 per cent record from three matches.