23- year old centre-back for Borussia Dortmund and German National Team; Mats Hummels has said he can leave the Bundesliga side for the right price.
With 22 caps already to his name for Germany, Hummels is an established international who has already won two German league titles since leaving Bayern Munich in 2008.
So far, Hummels has been one the finest defenders produced in Europe right now thanks to being a regular starter for the Borussia Dortmund and his national side Germany as well, topping it all his performance at the recent Euro 2012 while showcasing his talents for Germany brought him to light, making United manager Sir Alex Ferguson dig in for a bid on the defender after he visited Germany to watch Dortmund in the DFB-Pokal Cup final.
Dortmund eventually sold Shinja Kagawa to Manchester United while Hummels signed a new five year deal. However, he has suggested that while he is happy at the club he would consider leaving if a mouth-watering deal came along.
Hummels though satisfied with his present playing status said he is not ruling out moving to another country to play club football as he is relishing such thought as it will be so flattering as he is already having different offers and out of all the offers only tickled his fancy but he knows it is not time yet for the move to made.
Manchester United has faced some defensive difficulties this season as Ferguson has had to deal with the loss of numerous players due to injuries. Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Nemanja Vidic are all sidelined through injury, while Jonny Evans missed the start of the campaign and has only recently returned to full fitness and with injuries playing a major role there may be a time when Ferguson looks to strengthen his defensive options and Hummels could once again become a genuine target.