According to the source after Juventus and Arsenal, Everton also joined the race to sign Draxler and they have just launched £63million bid to the Wolfsburg and Germany star midfielder Julian Draxler.

After a great season and his quality of play the German midfielder has made his name in the wish list of some of the top clubs of Europe and Draxler also told a newspaper that he asked to leave Wolfsburg after Germany's Euro 2016 exit, but just hours later Wolfsburg made a statement that the German midfielder is going nowhere, and he will stay with the club.

According to the Independent the English side club has started talking with the Bundesliga club over a move for the young midfielder.

The 22-year-old midfielder who made his Bundesliga debut at the age of 17 and he scored 18 goals from 118 appearances for Schalke, after that he joined his current club Wolfsburg with a five year deal.

The star midfielder has already expressed that he wants to leave the Bundesliga side club Wolfsburg.

In an interview Draxler said, “I have expressed myself clearly after the Euros, with [Wolfsburg manager] Dieter Hecking, that I want to leave Wolfsburg. The coach knows for more than three weeks.

"Two days after the semi-final at the European Championships I told him how I see the whole situation and what I want – which is to leave the club.

But Wolfsburg don’t want leave the midfielder.

In a statement the club said, “Written nor oral commitments” have been made and that they “will not be granting the player’s wish to make a move".