Freiburg’s Matthias Ginter has publicly expressed his desire to join Borussia Dortmund, blowing Manchester United’s chances of signing the defender, Sky Sports reports.
The German is ready to snub offers from all other clubs, with his heart firmly set on a move to Dortmund.
Ginter is also hoping that his move to the Westfalenstadion will be completed before Germany’s first World Cup game against Portugal this Sunday, however he is yet to receive an official offer from the club.
The 20-year-old is adamant his move will be to Dortmund, or nowhere at all.
“It would be nice if we could resolve this issue now,” Ginter told Sport Bild magazine.
“I would like that to happen before our first World Cup game.
“If I am going to move, then it will only be to Dortmund. There is no plan B.
“Dortmund enquired about me a year ago and now I’ve spent two years playing consistently well and if the same club keeps coming back, then of course it makes you think.
“I was always a Dortmund fan and the environment and fans there are great. It’s therefore not difficult for me to say I want to play for Dortmund.”
Only a transfer fee stands in the way of the expected move, with his value increasing ever since his call to the German national side.