Hoeness talks about Girassy future ahead of final game.

Stuttgart boss Sebastian Hoeness remains optimistic about Seru Girassy future amid interest from Europe’s top football clubs.

Stuttgart coach Sebastian Hoeness said ahead of Saturday’s final game of the season against Borussia Mönchengladbach that. He is still optimistic that 28-year-old striker Seru Girassi will stay at the Stamford Bridge. Even if it is beyond the club’s control, Sky Germany reported on Friday UFABET

Stuttgart and Girassi have enjoyed a successful season, with the Whites reaching their first Champions League appearance in 14 years. While the 28-year-old forward enjoyed a career-best 28 goals in 29 games. Making him a target for a number of clubs with a release clause in the region of €20m.

So, this Saturday’s home game against Monchengladbach could be Girassi’s last in a Stuttgart shirt. When asked about the situation, Hoeness replied: ‘I have no reason to think that he will play his last game for us. I am also not without reason to know that there might be interest from one side or another team. ‘

Hoeness then reiterated his thoughts on Girassy future. Saying: ‘As with the last transfer, I know he feels very comfortable and it’s good to consider whether he will move on or not.’

‘I also find it legitimate when he does it when there is something special on the table. I am thinking about the biggest clubs in Europe and if they come knocking, as I can imagine. He will have to think about it. It will be very difficult for him. Which is why no decision has been made yet. We have to wait and see. I am not that negative, without any speculation.’