Freiburg's Robin Koch says he's 'pleased with the interest shown by well-known clubs' amid reports linking him with Benfica, AC Milan and Tottenham.
|Robin Koch celebrates a goal against RB Leipzig.||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche|
Benfica, AC Milan and Tottenham are set to battle for Freiburg's Robin Koch, according to Kicker.
According to the German football magazine, Benfica are still 'showing great interest' in the 24-year-old under new coach Jorge Jesus.
Tottenham are reportedly also keeping tabs on Koch while Milan remain a possibility despite not bringing in former RB Leipzig chief Ralf Rangnick as their new coach.
With one year left on his contract, Koch has expressed interest in taking the next step this summer, and the German international is delighted to be linked with a number of clubs.
"Of course I'm pleased with the interest shown by well-known clubs, but I'm currently very relaxed. We'll see what happens in the coming weeks," Koch told Kicker.
Reports from Germany have previously claimed that Freiburg will demand at least €10 million for Koch this summer.