Long-term Arsenal target Julian Draxler insists he is not considering quitting Paris Saint-Germain in January but admits a return to the Bundesliga represents an intriguing option in the future.
The Germany international joined the Ligue 1 giants from Wolfsburg last winter and remains a key part of Unai Emery’s free-scoring side, despite the competition for places which intensified during the summer following the arrivals of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar.
Reports in Spain earlier this week claimed PSG are ready to put the likes of Lucas Moura, Angel Di Maria, Javier Pastore and Hatem Arfa up for sale when the window reopens but will retain the services of Draxler.
Bayern Munich are said to be monitoring the 24-year-old as they step up their search for a long-term successor to Franck Ribery, who suffered a season-ending knee injury last month, and Draxler conceded a move back to his homeland would appeal more than a move to the Premier League.
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‘I am not thinking about leaving the club in winter or summer,’ Draxler told Marca.
‘I am in mid-season with PSG now and I am focused on the high aims we have.
‘It is not a relevant moment now to think about my future. But, of course, the Bundesliga is always interesting.’