DUNDEE UNITED ace Jeando Fuchs has claimed both Celtic and Rangers have made contact over a possible move in the future.

The technically-gifted midfielder has impressed for the club since joining in 2020.

And he's revealed a number of clubs have touched base over his future with his contract set to expire in May.

The Cameroon international told Foot Mercato that clubs as varied as Blackpool, Wigan and Stuttgart have made contact alongside the Old Firm.

Fuchs went on to claim that a Premier League club have also signalled interest in his services.

Speaking to Foot Mercato, Fuchs said: "I am at the end of my contract in May.

"I'm waiting to see something concrete and see if I have a choice to make at that time. I am not in a hurry. 

"We are well place, we are having a good season. I don't want to jump into another quagmire and regret again afterwards.

"There has been contact with Blackpool, Peterborough and Wigan. Stuttgart have taken information since the summer. 

"There has been from Celtic and Rangers as well, but nothing more. A Premier League club as well. England would be good."

Fuchs made his breakthrough in professional football with FC Sochaux in France, and he admitted he'd consider a return to the country.

But he explained his belief that clubs in France are not keeping tabs on Scottish football as he revealed he's had some loose contact from clubs there.

He added: "There are interests, but not really concrete contacts. 

"I don't really feel like people in France are watching Scotland. 

"But I'm not against the idea of ​​going home. It all depends on the project.