By London correspondent Tony Hughes

Julian Draxler has issued a come-and-get-me plea to Europe’s biggest clubs by revealing he wants to quit Wolfsburg.

The German sensation has told Bild that he has informed the Bundesliga club of his intention to move to a “top international club”.

Sky Sports News reporter Jurek Rohrberg subsequently revealed on his personal Twitter account that Arsenal and Juventus are interested in signing the versatile forward, but Draxler’s preference is to join the London giants.

Draxler only joined Wolfsburg from Schalke last summer, and the German club have recently gone public to say the 22-year-old would be staying with them.

That appears to be at odds with what Draxler wants.

“I want to leave Wolfsburg,” he told Bild, as quoted by Sport Witness. “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.”

“It was always clear between all parties that I would like to go to a top international club if the opportunity arises.”

Sky Sports reporter Rohrberg claimed Draxler would rather join Arsenal than his other principal suitors, Juventus.

Draxler, who plays predominantly on the left wing but can also slot in on the right flank and in the central playmaking role, made his name at Schalke with 30 goals in 170 matches before joining Wolfsburg, where he has added eight in 31 games.

The versatile attacker has also earned 24 Germany caps, scoring two goals for the Euro 2016 semi-finalists.

In other Arsenal transfer news, the club have agreed a deal for a player who is heading for a medical on Thursday.