A trio of Premier League clubs are interested in Borrusia Dortmund midfielder Mario Gotze after he’s been unable to rekindle his form for the side which earned him a move to Pep Guardiola’s Bayern Munich in 2013, as reported by Sky Sports News.
Gotze, 26-years-old, has found it hard for game time this season, back at the club where it all began for the World Cup winner.
He only featured 32 times this season in all competitions, scoring two goals whilst assisting six more.
Dortmund are reportedly keen to sell Gotze if they can recuperate the vast majority of the £22m it cost them to bring him back to Signal Iduna Park last summer.
The midfielder, who has two years left on his current deal, has shown glimpses of his top form this season, but not on a consistent basis.
Gotze has not being able to find a spot in Joachim Low’s German side for the World Cup in Russia, four years after he scored the winning goal in the World Cup final, which won the Germans their first world title since 1990.
New Arsenal boss Unai Emery is currently looking for midfield replacements with Jack Wilshere looking more and more likely to leave the Emirates.
Marseille and Valencia are also reportedly keen on the midfielder.
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