Dortmund stand firm over €30m Man Utd target
“We do not know from Ilkay or his father that he wants to leave,” said Watzke,
Gundogan’s contract with the German giants ends in 2015, and with a reported weekly wage of £25,000, a selection of European heavyweights are reported to be interested in offering the Turk a bumper new deal so as to lure him from the Westfalenstadion.
Real were said to be the front-runners for his signature, with Man Utd and Barcelona also looking at the powerful midfield man, but the German side are holding firm in their wish to keep the youngster in the Bundesliga.
Spanish newspaper ‘Marca‘ had claimed that Real had a pre-contract agreement with the player, but Dortmund’s statement has seemingly ruled this out.
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