Draxler not trying to leave PSG after Neymar arrival, says agent

Julian Draxler of Germany in action during the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 Final between Chile and Germany at Saint Petersburg Stadium

Draxler not trying to leave PSG after Neymar arrival, says agent

With just a couple of weeks left in the summer transfer window, a new, exciting rumour popped up on Thursday.

Paris Saint-Germain forward Julian Draxler has become out of favour at PSG and Manchester United have been alerted to his availability, according to the Daily Express.

It seems a move to the Premier League could be on the cards as the newspaper cites a report from The Times that claims Arsenal and Liverpool are now lining-up moves for the German worldwide.

Reports suggest Arsene Wenger, who has maintained a long-term interest in Draxler, is considering a late move, with PSG listening to offers for the Germany global.

Draxler, the German World Cup victor, joined PSG in January for £35.5m from Wolfsburg.

Paris Saint-Germain's German forward Julian Draxler celebrates after scoring a goal during the French League Cup final football match between Paris Saint Germain and Monaco
Paris Saint-Germain's Julian Draxler celebrates after scoring

The prediction by the Big Four firm is based on the spending trends of the biggest clubs to date, which includes the record fee of more than £198m paid by France's Paris Saint Germain (PSG) for the Brazilian footballer Neymar this season.

Arsene Wenger is on the hunt for a winger but is struggling to land top target Thomas Lemar from Monaco.

Arsenal and Liverpool were immediately linked with the winger, who PSG signed for £30million in January.

"We are not interested in whether L'Equipe wrote something", Wittmann said. He stated "there's no sign of a change".

BetStars Director of Trading Ian Marmion explained: "Liverpool have emerged as the clear 11/8 favourites to sign PSG's Julian Draxler, after being told he is no longer needed at the Parc des Princes".

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