French daily newspaper L'Equipe claims that Paris Saint-Germain are prepared to offload Julian Draxler in the summer transfer window.
Paris Saint-Germain's Julian Draxler celebrates after scoring
Metro has claimed that manager Unai Emery has told the club that the Germany global can be sold this month.
Roger Wittmann has spoken to Germany's Sport 1, and he's strongly denied that Draxler to Arsenal is happening.
"If somebody writes 'I have this information from [PSG chairman and CEO] Nasser Al-Khelaifi, ' then I will consider it and call the president to speak about Julian's situation".
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"Once again, though, this is not the case".
Draxler joined the club on a four-and-a-half year contract in January and scored 10 goals in 25 appearances across all competitions.
Draxler hasn't featured for PSG so far this season, as he's being rested after featuring for Germany in the Confederations Cup, where he won the player of the tournament award.
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Draxler added five more across both domestic cups and also notched one in the UEFA Champions League.
Draxler was also part of the victorious German side who won the Federation Internationale de Football Association 2017 Confederations Cup and was named the tournament's best player.
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