Despite signing a new contract with Borussia Dortmund, Germany international Matts Hummels has not ruled out a possible move to Manchester United, Express reports.
The defender has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford all summer, with a £20million bid from the Red Devils rejected by the Bundseliga side.
Yet even after being named Dortmund’s captain, Hummels is still interested in the possibility that he will one day ply his trade away from the Signal Iduna Park.
But with the German’s contract expiring in 2017, Hummels claimed that he is committed in helping Dortmund until the end of his deal.
He said: “I wanted to set an example with the extension I signed and it will run for five years until 2017.”
The 25-year-old went on to add that he would have remained with former club Bayern Munich had they not made him feel unwanted back in 2007.
“If Bayern had not bought Breno in 2007 for €12million [£9.6m], I would not have left, but that’s the way football is sometimes.
“I was practically forced towards happiness. It was the best thing that could have happened to me.”
Hummels was an integral part in Germany’s World Cup winning squad this past summer.