Christopher Nkunku offers hope to Chelsea and Manchester United by admitting attention from top clubs is 'flattering' and he'll 'have to reflect well and make a decision' on his next move with World Cup spot in mind
Several top European sides have been linked with the RB Leipzig star after an extraordinary season which saw him score 35 goals in all competitions for the German side.
And Nkunku, who is under contract until 2024, told Telefoot that he will have to weigh up his options if a big club comes in for him.
Christopher Nkunku has offered hope to several top clubs by admitting attention is 'flattering' - the RB Leipzig star has been linked to Chelsea and Man United after a superb 35-goal season
The 24-year-old forward is also keen to secure a spot in France's squad for the Qatar World Cup
He said: 'It's no secret. There are clubs interested in me.
'Yes it's flattering, but it's also flattering to have a club like Leipzig do everything to keep me as well.
'I'll have to reflect well and make a decision. The World Cup is on the way and that's another factor to take into account.'
When asked how he would respond if his former club PSG made an approach to sign him, he added: 'Like I've said, I'll simply have to reflect on it.'
The star left PSG (above) for RB Leipzig in 2019 but it is said he could make a return to the club
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Nkunku, 24, has made three senior appearances for France - creating his first assist for Karim Benzema against Denmark on Friday - and clearly has his sights set on a spot at the Qatar World Cup later this year.
According to French publication L'Equipe, Chelsea could be the first club to bid for the forward, with the west London outfit having been reported long-term admirers of the player.
United, L'Equipe also suggest, are interested in the player. Interestingly, Newcastle, spurred on by their rich Saudi Public Investment Fund backers, are said to also be keen, although it is reported they would currently not be his first-choice destination.
Despite this, RB Leipzig are said to have no intention of selling their prized asset this summer and, with two years left on his current deal, it would seemingly take a sizeable offer to get him out of the German club.
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