Mats Hummels is open to the idea of leaving Bayern Munich to seek a new challenge elsewhere this summer.
The German international remains an integral part of the first-team squad at the Allianz Arena and has been a dependable option for Niko Kovac since his appointment as the club’s manager last summer.
Hummels has helped Bayern return to the top of the Bundesliga table after they had fallen behind title rivals Borussia Dortmund for much of the campaign, but appears to have his eye on a possible move elsewhere ahead of next season.
The 30-year-old spoke to German news outlet Sport1, as cited in a report from GGFN, and highlighted that although he is happy in Munich, he would consider a switch to a different European league in the near future.
Hummels expressed that he would be open to joining Paris Saint-Germain or Juventus, while a move to a top club from either the Premier League or La Liga would also be of interest.
During the January transfer window, the ex-Dortmund star was linked with an exit, and English top-flight duo Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur had been touted as potential suitors.
Possible destinations for Hummels this summer
Hummels would evidently be interested in a move to Juventus, and he’d provide them with yet another exceptional central defender.
PSG, too, would be a favourable destination for the centre-back, and he’d undoubtedly slot into their starting line-up.
Manchester United have been crying out for a top-class central defender for years now, and Hummels would be a smart signing.
With Toby Alderweireld’s future at Tottenham uncertain, Hummels would provide them with a reliable option if the Belgian is to depart.
Raphael Varane’s position at Real Madrid is under scrutiny, and Hummels could be a target for Los Blancos this summer.