Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini is not worrying about the prospect of losing Sergio Aguero in the summer.
Samir Nasri has revealed he is ready to open talks with Manchester City about extending his stay at the Etihad Stadium.
Schalke president Clemens Tonnies says he would not stand in the way of Julian Draxler were a big club to come in with an acceptable bid for him.
The 19-year-old Germany midfielder recently penned a new five-year contract with his home-town club, yet that has not brought an end to speculation about his future.
Chelsea are among the clubs linked with a move for the youngest ever player to make 100 appearances for Schalke.
Tonnies admits even his club's biggest asset has a price.
"Of course we want to keep hold of him, Julian is an important figure in Schalke," he told the Express newspaper.
"But if we want to be fair with him, then maybe we have got to consider letting him move abroad sooner or later.
"If somebody like Real Madrid were to enquire about him, what should I say? Don't talk to them? Get serious."