Schalke midfielder Max Meyer claims he is yet to make his mind up about his future amid interest from Tottenham and Liverpool.
Meyer is currently playing for Germany at the Under-21 World Cup in Poland. The 21-year-old has already said he won’t be signing a new contract with Schalke but hasn’t ruled out staying with the Bundesliga club.
Speaking to reporters in Poland, in quotes translated by ESPN, Meyer said he hasn’t spoken to the new Schalke coach Domenico Tedesco yet, and that he will take “will take things as they come.”
He added: “Sure, there is hope that things will be better for me at the club. I have not said that I will leave Schalke, but rather that I won’t extend my contract. We’ll see about the rest.”
You can watch Meyer score a memorable goal from last year below.