Julian Draxler says he is not interested in a mid-season move to Bayern Munich, despite finding time in Paris Saint-Germain's starting XI tough to come by.
After investing heavily in Brazil global Neymar and former Monaco striker Kylian Mbappe this season, it is believed that the French side will need to sell a few stars in January in order to stay within UEFA's Financial Fair Play regulations.
"I am not thinking about leaving the club in winter or even in the summer", he was quoted as saying by the Mirror.
"It's not a good moment to think about my future in the short or long-term", Draxler said.
However, PSG may need to offload several of their high earners before any deal for Griezmann - who has a €100m exit clause in his contract - can be finalised.
"He's a very polite and nice guy who knows how important he is for the team" said Draxler, "For a player like him it is okay to demand privileges".
However, Draxler added: "Of course the Bundesliga is always interesting".
Draxler, 24, was one of the players most at threat after Neymar's arrival in Paris but the former Wolfsburg and Schalke man has since reinvented himself as a central midfielder under Emery and is now enjoying regular minutes on the pitch.
"It is normal that many things are written about a superstar like Neymar, also lots of bulls***", he told reporters.
The Parisians have already spent a world record £198m on Neymar and have committed to buying Kylian Mbappe for £166m from Monaco next summer, after signing him on a season-long loan; meaning they could be forced to sell some of their players to recoup part of the fees. "We are happy that he is with us".