Tottenham Hotspur and Bayer Leverkusen transfer target Chris Fuhrich has vowed to leave sorting out his future to his agents as he focuses on Euro 2024 with Germany.


The 26-year-old Germany winger’s future is the source of much speculation amid interest in his services and the presence of a release clause in his Stuttgart deal.


Newly crowned Bundesliga champions Leverkusen are keen on Fuhrich, as are Tottenham, while Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund have also been linked with him.



Fuhrich is not ruling out staying at Stuttgart and believes it is a possibility, telling Sky Deutschland: “What we have achieved this year is something very special – for the club and for the fans. So yes, of course! Why shouldn’t it be conceivable?”


The Germany international winger is prepared to leave his future and interest in the hands of his agents as he wants to focus on Euro 2024 this summer.



Asked when he expects his future to be decided, Fuhrich said: “I don’t think much about it.


“I’m focused on the Euro and leave everything to my management. I don’t want to deal with it.”



Fuhrich helped Stuttgart to a remarkable second place finish in the Bundesliga this season, ahead of even Bayern Munich, and the club have Champions League football on the agenda next term.