Matthias Ginter has sought to distance himself from reports suggesting that a move to Chelsea this summer transfer window.
Frank Lampard is a man that knows that this side need to be improved in key areas of the pitch over the next few months as he turns this side from champions League chasers to Premier League contenders.
And having one of the worst defences out of the Premier League’s top ten clubs, means that Lampard is eyeing up a number of potential deals that he could solve the issues at the back with.
And Sky Germany recently reported that They are now interested in trying to secure a deal for German defender Ginter, who has developed into one of the most solid defenders in the Bundesliga over the past few seasons.
The 26-year-old is, however, tied to a contract at Bundesliga outfit Borussia Monchengladbach, and he sees no reason to break that agreement, despite the options he is reported to have on the table, and is adamant that he will be spending the 2020-21 campaign in his native Germany.
“I’m definitely staying in Gladbach,” Ginter told Kicker when quizzed on the exit talk.
“Of course I heard of the enquiries and was flattered by this attention, but I’ve said often enough how good things are for me in Gladbach.”
He added: “This team has huge potential, and the coach gives us a great deal of added value. With the amazing fans and surroundings here, this club is currently in the process of building something. I share these big ambitions and I also have a contract here.”
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