Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan has revealed that he has not held talks with Borussia Dortmund amid rumours that he could be headed for a summer exit.
Speaking after Germany’s UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier victory over Estonia on Tuesday the midfielder of Turkish origin dismissed reports that a return to the Bundesliga could be on the cards.
Instead, Gundogan revealed he is happy at City and that the club are keen on extending his contract.
“I would know about that, I know nothing, I have not spoken to anyone,” he began.
“There will be talks in the summer and then we’ll see.
“I’m not dissatisfied with Manchester City and that’s why I would not say that I really want to leave because the club wants to extend my contract.”
The 28-year-old has one year remaining on his contract but has yet to sign an extension with the Premier League champions.
Gundogan played an important role for City this term scoring six goals and providing eight assists in 50 appearances across all competitions.
The midfielder became the first player of Turkish origin to win back to back Premier League titles in the process.
Gundogan has also lifted the League Cup and FA Cup since joining City from the Bundesliga in 2016.