RB Leipzigm manager Ralf Rangnick has told German newspaper Bild that he is 100% sure that Lukas Klostermann will be playing for the club next season.
Rangnick's side are one of the most controversial teams in German football, and they have been receiving criticism for spending big money on players despite being in the second tier.
Players like Marcel Sabitzer, Yussuf Poulsen, Emil Forsberg and Davie Selke have all been snapped up for considerable amounts of money, and they are currently on course to win promotion to the Bundesliga this season.
One player that doesn't fit that particular mould though is defender Klostermann, who joined the club from VfL Bochum at the age of 18 back in 2014.
Primarily a right back who can also play at centre back, the 19-year-old is one of the young stars of German football, and already has give caps for the Germany Under-21 side.
Unsurprisingly, his performances appear to have attracted great interest, as Bild noted that Tottenham Hotspur are keen to sign the full back, as are North London rivals Arsenal.
When asked about Spurs or Arsenal signing Klostermann this summer, Leipzig boss Rangnick confidently told Bild that he is 100% sure that Klostermann will stay this summer, and questioned why Leipzig would even entertain the idea of selling the youngster.
"Why would we want to sell Lukas?" said Rangnick. "I think he feels comfortable here and I know that he is at the right place at the right time. I'm 100 percent sure that Lukas will be playing in Leipzig next season," he added.
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