​Borussia Dortmund's influential midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan has hinted at a possible summer move to Juventus, following a mass of interest from Serie A's leading clubs.

In a revealing interview with ​GazzettaWorld the Armenian international admitted that 'anything can happen in life' and urged supporters to 'wait and see what happens in the summer' amid speculation linking the 27-year old with a move to the Italian champions.

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“It’s been a great season for Borussia and I want to give my all for this club. I am happy here but everything can change rather quickly for a footballer.” Mkhitaryan told ​GazzettaWorld.

“Anything is possible in life, and you never know. That is why I won’t say anything about Juve or other teams. We’ll see what happens this summer.

"The most important thing is picking the right club where I can give my all.”

​Liverpool were linked with Mkhitaryan last summer but it is expected that the Dortmund No. 10 would be better suited and would prefer to play in Serie A.


The Armenian midfielder has scored 19 goals and managed 20 assists for Dortmund this season and the 27-year old was quick to heap praise on his teammates Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marco Reus.

“Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marco Reus work perfectly together and I am able to move from left to right in order to move in-between the lines. That is why we score so many goals and I enjoy putting them in a position to score.” He said.

Dortmund comfortably overcame Tottenham in the Europa League after beating Mauricio Pochettino's side 5-1 on aggregate, the win sees Dortmund progress into the quarter-finals, where they await an anticipated reunion with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, however Mkhitaryan was quick to dismiss any claims that Klopp's return could distract his side.

“I won’t say whether we will win the tournament or not. We will push forward and see if we reach the final. Facing Klopp will further motivate us.” He added.

Borussia Dortmund are still in with a fighting chance of taking the Bundesliga this year, but they will have to stop Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich who are top of the table by five points with eight games left to play.