German network "Sky Sports" claimed that Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy has a clause in his contract that gives him the freedom to leave wherever he wants in the next winter transfer window for less than 20 million euros.
The Guinean striker became the talk of the world after his glow in the first eight rounds with Stuttgart, scoring 14 goals during which he became the second most goalscoring player in eight games in the five major leagues of all time after Cristiano Ronaldo (15 goals with Real Madrid in 2015).
Stuttgart bought Guirassy's contract from Stade Rennais last summer for €9 million, after a year at the MHP Arena on loan.
Previously, German newspapers revealed that Guirassy has a clause next summer for 20 million euros as well, so that the management of the German club tried to buy him to be able to sell the player for a larger amount, but it did not work.
At the same time, Sky Sports confirmed that Guriassy has no intention of leaving Stuttgart in the winter despite the expected interest from Europe's top players.
The 27-year-old striker leads Stuttgart to the best start in the club's Bundesliga history, with the South club sitting second in the Bundesliga with 21 points, one behind leaders Bayer Leverkusen.