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Tottenham Hotspur transfer target Max Meyer has admitted that his future at Schalke is uncertain at the moment.

The attacking midfielder has notched up over 150 appearances for Die Konigsblauen since his breakthrough season in 2013 and is now a central part of the team at the Veltins-Arena.

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Despite this, the 21-year-old currently has just one year left on his contract and is yet to agree on an extension with the Bundesliga side.

“There have been no further talks,” he explained to German television show Das Aktuelle Sportstudio.

“I can imagine both [staying or going]. The odds are 50-50.”

Meyer’s performances have led him to become one of the hottest prospects in Europe, with Tottenham as well as fellow Premier League side Liverpool keeping an eye on his situation.

The diminutive playmaker hinted at the North London side’s interest in an interview with Sport Bild last November and a move to White Hart Lane could be an attractive proposition if a new deal isn’t offered, especially with manager Mauricio Pochettino’s history of developing young talent.

With Moussa Sissoko’s transfer to Spurs last summer still yet to bear fruit, the club could turn to a player like Meyer to strengthen their attacking options as well as offering security in the middle of the pitch.