Wolfsburg star Julian Draxler has suggested he has come to terms with staying at the club after an eventful summer.
The attacking midfielder had expressed his desire to leave the Wolves in the summer transfer window, but he was ultimately forced to remain at Volkswagen Arena.
Draxler claims he has accepted the situation and that he has no problem with giving his best for Wolfsburg in the remainder of the season.
“We had disagreements. But they are now shelved with regards to the club and sporting matters,” Draxler said at a public event.
“From September 1, it was clear that we only move in one direction. Sure, it is not so easy to forget. But, it no longer matters now.”
Julian Draxler was on the radar of quite a few top clubs after some impressive showings for Germany at the Euro 2016 finals, but Wolfsburg chiefs refused to sanction the sale despite earlier promising the player they would not stand in his way.
This means that the 23-year-old will be forced to remain with the Wolves at least until the winter, although the midfielder claims he is ready to stay until the summer if needed, despite the fact that he clearly sees his future elsewhere.