Crystal Palace’s Max Meyer has rebuffed claims in the German media that he is set for a move away from Selhurst Park this summer.

The 24-year-old arrived in South London from Schalke in 2018 with much fanfare.

In 18 months however he has failed to nail down a permanent starting spot in Roy Hodgson’s side, leading to suggestions in Germany that a move is on the cards.

Despite his contract being up at the end of the season, the German international moved to suggest that he’d be open to extending his stay.

“Everything changes in football every day, I’m totally solid in the club, and I’m also well received by the fans and the team,” he told Sport 1.

“Of course, I haven’t played every game, but I’m an important part of the club. If that were not the case, those responsible would have said long ago that I should go.

“It’s in the German media, and I’m not interested in that.”

Meyer arrived on a free transfer from Schalke after being frozen out over his reluctance to sign a new deal with the German outfit.

Tipped for stardom, a number of clubs chased his signature, which led to German media insinuating Meyer made the wrong, and surprising, decision in moving to Palace where he’s started just 21 games since arriving.

“That is the typical German way of thinking that the club is considered inconspicuous.

“If the journalists worked here for a year and a half and saw the quality in the team and in the league, they would think differently.

“Of course, you dream of big clubs like Liverpool FC or Manchester United in the Premier League, but Crystal Palace was the best opportunity to switch to this league.

“Since I have been there, I have played around 50 games in the best league in the world, which is not a matter of course.

“And I have developed further.”