Borussia Monchengladbach chief Max Eberl has conceded that the club will consider selling the reported Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur target Denis Zakaria if they receive huge offers.
The Swiss star joined the Bundesliga side from Young Boys back in 2017 and has taken massive strides in the German top-flight in the last two years.
His performances in Bundesliga have caught the eyes of Niko Kovac’s Bayern Munich and their rivals Borussia Dortmund, who are keen on snaring the player away from Gladbach.
Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are also interested in the holding midfielder, with Inter Milan believed to be keeping a close eye on him as well.
Eberl insisted that the club have a long term plan for the midfielder, however, the sporting director conceded that being a selling club, they would consider letting Denis go if they receive big-money offers for him.
The Bundesliga deal-maker told the German daily Bild: “We are happy with Denis’ development and have a long term plan for him.
“Gladbach are and remain a club who depend on transfer fees. Of course, if there are massive offers, we have to deal with them.”
It has been stated that Gladbach would let the star go next summer transfer market if they receive offers in excess of €50 million.
Meantime, Manchester United are reportedly determined to land Germany international Timo Werner and are ready to wait until next summer to seal a deal for the RB Leipzig forward.