The Moroccan joined the German side in the summer of 2018 on a two-year loan deal and instantly became a fan favourite with his attacking displays from the right-back position.
With his loan ending this season, there are talks of Borussia Dortmund trying to sign him permanently. However, the player himself doesn’t know what he is going to do after the loan deal expires but admitted that they will talk about it somewhere down the line.
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"I don't know what will happen in June," Achraf said, as per AS. "We'll talk about that in the future. Right now I'm focused on Borussia Dortmund, I'm really happy here and I still have four months left on my contract at the club."
He then went on to reveal that his ultimate dream was to play for the Galacticos and credited Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane as the one who made him the player that he is today.
"It's always been my dream to play for the Real Madrid first team and train alongside the best in the world," said the Moroccan.
"He made me the footballer I am today. What can be better than learning from one of the best players ever?"