VfB Stuttgart forward Sasa Kalajdzic has reacted to the reported interest him, saying that he could "very well imagine" staying put.
Sasa Kalajdzic won't rule out staying at VfB Stuttgart beyond the summer despite reportedly attracting interest from clubs such as RB Leipzig, West Ham and AS Roma.
In an interview with Stuttgarter Zeitung, Kalajdzic stated that he could "very well imagine" staying longer, although he did concede that "in the end, it's not just my decision."
"What counts at the moment is that it's really fun to play here," added the tall forward, who has found the net in each of his last seven Bundesliga appearances.
Kalajdzic's contract with Stuttgart runs until 2023, and he has agreed with his agent to "only inform him of interest from other clubs if it seems important."
"At the moment, it looks like he wouldn't have to inform me about anything," remarked the striker on his reported suitors.
Kalajdzic, 23, has scored 14 goals in 27 games this season.