Date: 12th April 2016 at 10:24pm
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Borussia Dortmund captain Mats Hummels has given his biggest indication yet that he is open to leaving the German club in search for trophies. The Mirror have linked the 27 year old with a move to Anfield to join up with his old boss Jurgen Klopp and talking to German newspaper Bild, Hummels said he wasn’t sure about leaving Dortmund:

“I don’t necessarily want to [leave], but I have to make a big decision. I have been back and forth a lot. Age gives you a feeling that you don’t have forever to win. I realise in every year I don’t win a title, I’m closer to retiring.”

Hummels was a leading player in Germany’s World Cup triumph for Brazil back in 2014, and has been courting the interest of a number of top European clubs, including Chelsea. He will face Liverpool again in the second leg of Europa League Quarter Final tie on Thursday with the Reds going into the game with a slight advantage after a 1-1 draw in the first leg in Germany. The centre-back scored Dortmund’s equaliser and will be hoping to make a similar impact on the game at Anfield