Gio Reyna is seeing questions asked of his future at Borussia Dortmund, but the USMNT star reportedly has no desire to move in January.
The United States international has nursed his way through more injury problems in the 2023-24 campaign.
This makes it difficult for him to make the desired impact at club level.
He has continued to be called upon by his country, with the U.S. into another CONCACAF Nations League semi-final.
Reyna has, however, taken in just 127 minutes of Bundesliga action this season – with only one start handed to him.
His performances have been doing little to convince BVB boss Edin Terzic of his worth, leading to suggestions that a new challenge could be sought in the winter transfer window.
Sky Deutschland are reporting, though, that Reyna has shown no interest in heading elsewhere.
Several clubs are said to have cast admiring glances in the direction of the 21-year-old playmaker.
But he is knocking all approaches back, as he still wants to make his mark in Dortmund.
Sky transfer expert Florian Plettenberg has said “the whole situation can change in the summer, then it depends on Reyna”.
But for now, the USMNT star is ready to stay put and fight for the game time he craves heading towards the 2024 Copa America that will be staged in the United States next summer.