Bayer Leverkusen are reportedly demanding at least €130 million for Florian Wirtz.
However, Leverkusen are keen to keep hold of their prized asset for as long as possible and have a good chance of keeping him for at least another season, although a summer move can't be completely ruled out.
Regardless of whether he leaves this summer or next, Leverkusen have set a price tag of at least €130 million for Wirtz, with the Bundesliga leaders even talking about the possibility of getting €150 million for him, according to Sport Bild.
Wirtz's current contract runs until 2027 and with the player feeling very comfortable at the BayArena, there is no pressure to sell at the moment.
Wirtz has been directly involved in 20 goals (eight goals, 12 assists) in 24 games for Die Werkself this season.