That is according to Hans Joachim Watzke, the club’s chief executive, who has said the club remain keen to have him back.
“It is a fact that Shinji has said he would want to come back to our club”, Watzke explained to WAZ. “This is obviously great news.
“Shinji is a great player and has had great success here. If it ever becomes possible to get him back, we certainly will not fail.”
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