Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira has dismissed reports suggesting that he has already agreed on a pre-contract with a Bundesliga club for next season.
The German international, who is on the final six-months of his contract, is yet to agree a new deal with his current employers, and is therefore free to negotiate a pre-contract agreement with clubs abroad.
Certain reports claimed that Bayern Munich had reached an agreement with Khedira regarding a move at the end of the current campaign.
Apart from the Bavarian giants, Arsenal and Chelsea have also been heavily linked with a move for the World Cup winning midfielder.
Arsene Wenger is a big admirer of the former Stuttgart midfielder and is keen to sign an experienced box-to-box midfielder ahead of next season.
It was believed that the Premier League clubs had lost the race for the midfielder, but he has given them hope after claiming that he has many options open for next season.
"I have no agreement with Bundesliga club. My future shouldn't be decided yet, I have many options open," Khedira said, as quoted by Tutto Mercato Web.
However, the 10-time European champions are also said to be reluctant to sell the midfielder and are keen to tie him down to a new contract.
Khedira has struggled with injury issues throughout the season, and has failed to feature regularly under Carlo Ancelotti, but the Italian manager has revealed that the club are in negotiations with the player's representatives over a new deal.
The former AC Milan manager has also praised the 27-year-old midfielder for his commitment and focus during these extended periods of speculation regarding his future.
"The club is in contact with his entourage and his agent. He is always the same, a character who focuses on his work," Ancelotti said, as quoted on ESPN.