Leipzig director Max Eberl pointed out that he will not consider offers for Josko Gvardiol in the January transfer window.
The Croatian national team played brilliantly at the recently concluded World Cup, and the media write that the German club could earn 100 million euros from his sale.
The sports director of that club jokingly commented on what he thinks about the numerous offers he receives for the Croatian footballer.
“They all go to spam. Gvardiol, the offer, direct spam. So I haven’t received any emails yet,” joked Eberl.
The Croatian footballer’s contract with Leipzig expires in 2026, and Chelsea and Real Madrid have shown particular interest.