By Henrik Petersen

Report: Khedira attracts interest from England

90.min.de reports that Everton, Leicester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Tottenham, West Ham and Wolves are keeping tabs on Union Berlin's Rani Khedira.
Union Berlin midfielder Rani Khedira has reportedly attracted interest from as many as seven Premier League clubs.

Everton, Leicester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Tottenham, West Ham and Wolves are all keeping tabs on Khedira, according to 90min.de.

Per the report, the Premier Leagues sides sent scouts to watch Union's 3-1 Europa League play-off victory earlier this week.

The 29-year-old, who is the younger brother of German World Cup winner Sami Khedira, is out of contract this summer.

Commenting on a possible contract extension, Khedira told Kicker in January:

"There have already been discussions. With me and with my management. These dialogues were very appreciative and I have also often emphasized that I feel very comfortable in the association. I enjoy working with the environment and the people in the club. Of course, I can therefore imagine staying here. Union is definitely my first point of contact."

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