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Pavard has talked to Stuttgart boss about his future

By Bulinews Team

Last night, Benjamin Pavard sat down with VfB Stuttgart boss Michael Reschke for a talk yesterday.

Benjamin Pavard (middle).
Benjamin Pavard (middle).Photo: Кирилл Венедиктов/ 3.0

After an impressive World Cup with France, VfB Stuttgart defender Benjamin Pavard has caught the eye of several of Europe's top clubs. However, it's likely that he will stay at Stuttgart for another season.

Stuttgart sporting director Michael Reschke has said numerous times that he would like to keep Pavard for the 2018/19 season. And after the two sat down for a talk yesterday, the 22-year-old is still expected to stay, Kicker understands.

The conversation was actually planned for next week, but Pavard, who wasn't supposed to be back from his vacation until Monday, recently returned to the club prematurely.

While it seems Pavard will stay for another season, it's likely that he will leave Stuttgart next summer as there's reportedly a €35 million buy-out clause in the defender's contract that will become effective after the 2018/19 season.

The 22-year-old has been linked with Bayern München, Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig, Arsenal and Atlético Madrid among others.

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