Julian Draxler has put Premier League sides on alert by revealing he aims to leave Wolfsburg next month, according to the Mirror.
The in-demand Germany international, 23, is contracted to the Bundesliga club until the summer of 2020 and has reportedly been attracting the attentions of a number of top-flight teams of late, including the likes of long-term admirers Arsenal.
Julian Draxler said: “I don’t think I need to tell anybody what (being booed) does to a person, it certainly doesn’t help you.
“There’s no doubt it makes it hard for you to perform on the field.
“I can understand the fans, though.
“They have every right to do that. I said in the summer the way I feel and I stand by that.”
Italian side Juventus are thought to be keen on Draxler, 23, as they seek a midfield replacement for Paul Pogba.
Signed from Schalke in 2015 for £25 million, the attacking midfielder found the back of the net nine times in 34 appearances last season before an impressive Euros for Germany.
Draxler revealed during the summer that he wanted to leave Wolfsburg straight away, but the club blocked an immediate departure.