English Premiership

United enter Kramer race

2014-12-11 12:01
Christoph Kramer (Getty Images)

Cape Town - Christoph Kramer has the choice of several leading European clubs should he wish to end his time in the Bundesliga.

The German international has said that he is willing to leave Germany which has sparked mass interest across Europe, according to talkSPORT.

"That [moving abroad] has always interested me." Kramer said in early December. (Read that story here)

"I would not be afraid.

"I want to find out what my limit is and I always strive for the very best."

Manchester United and Real Madrid are the latest two European giants to be linked with a move for Soccer World Cup winner, Christophe Kramer.

Real Madrid are looking into the possibility of signing Kramer as cover for Sami Khedira and Luka Modric while Manchester United's midfield shortage is well documented.

Kramer has no shortage of potential destination with Arsenal and Juventus also very interested in securing a move for him, according to reports. (Read that story here)

The midfielder is currently on loan with Borussia Mönchengladbach, from Bayer Leverkusen, and would reportedly cost just £8 million for a permanent move.


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