Wolfsburg and Germany attacking midfielder Julian Draxler has told his side of his desire to move on during the transfer window, according to the Daily Mail.
Wolfsburg sporting director Klaus Allofs was quoted by the Mirror as saying that financial troubles may force the club to sell their star asset.
The 22-year-old Germany global is naturally playing the winger position with Die Wölfe and the German national team, but Wenger allegedly believes that he can use him as a striker in the middle of Arsenal's frontline as well. Today, more on the future of Julian Draxler....
Gunners boss Wenger has a long standing interest in 22-year-old Draxler and the German worldwide could solve Arsenal's search for a forward.
The Wolves only signed Draxler from Schalke last summer but the Germany global is being linked with a move away from the Volkswagen Arena, with Arsenal among those clubs reportedly interested in his services.
Draxler is itching to play European football but Wolfsburg failed to qualify for the Champions League this season.
Draxler began his career at Schalke, and has made 204 club appearances since making his debut in 2010 despite being just 22.
We'll have to wait and see whether Arsenal will be prepared to meet that figure but the Express claim that Wolfsburg are resigned to losing Draxler this summer while they also suggest that Wenger is planning to turn the player in to a striker if he manages to lure him to the Emirates. "There were a few issues that have emerged in the past", said Allofs via Caught Offside.