Sport1 reports that Bayer Leverkusen and Florian Wirtz have an agreement that they will discuss any offer that is interesting for both parties. However, the 18-year-old is expected to stay for at least another two years.
As widely reported, Florian Wirtz has no release clause in his contract with Bayer Leverkusen, which expires in 2026.
However, according to Sport1, Leverkusen and Wirtz have an agreement that they will listen to any offer that is interesting for both the player and the club.
Nevertheless, 'Die Werkself' are hoping to hold on to their prized asset for at least another two seasons, per the German media outlet.
Commenting on the future of the German international, Leverkusen managing director Rudi Völler recently said:
"We're a club that have to sell players every now and then, just as we sold Kai Havertz for a large fee. But with Florian, that won't happen in the next year or two."