Maxence Lacroix is keen on a move away from Wolfsburg, but 'Die Wölfe' want to keep him, as per Sky.
Maxence Lacroix has asked for permission to leave VfL Wolfsburg, according to Sky Germany.
Nevertheless, Wolfsburg remain determined to keep Lacroix, per the report, which claims the Bundesliga outfit have rejected a second offer from RB Leipzig for the highly-rated centre-back.
It's further claimed that it would take an offer of at least €30 million to prize the 21-year-old away from Volkswagen Arena. Leipzig's second bid was below €25 million.
Lacroix's contract with 'Die Wölfe' runs until 2024.