Andrej Kramaric's five-year stint at Hoffenheim might be nearing its end.
|Andrej Kramaric.||Photo: TSG Hoffenheim|
Andrej Kramaric has revealed he's thinking about leaving Hoffenheim at the end of the season.
In an interview with Croatian newspaper Sportske novosti, the 29-year-old striker hits out at the Hoffenheim's playing style under Sebastian Hoeness, admitting that it makes him want to consider a move away the club.
"Life in Hoffenheim is great for me, people show me a lot of respect, and the club is organized. However, now, for the first time, I have started to think that it's maybe time for a change of air," said Kramaric, who has played for Hoffenheim since 2016.
"This is mainly due to the fact that I'm not happy with how we play. In the previous seasons, we played attractive and good football, but it's not even close to that anymore. I have also had a lot of injuries, which cause additional problems. For this reason, I have been quite nervous the last few months, both on and off the pitch."
Asked if he believes a summer move could be on the cards for him, Kramaric responded:
"Sure, it's possible, after the Euros. I'm entering the last year of my contract, so it's much easier to negotiate with other clubs. But it's still far away."
Kramaric, who has been linked with Bayern München, has scored a total of 88 goals in 170 games for Hoffenheim.