By FOX Sports staff
The 20-year-old is currently one of the hottest properties in European football after establishing himself as a regular for Dortmund and Germany, and has regularly been linked with a move away from the Signal Iduna Park.
However, despite reported interest from a host of the continent's leading clubs, Dortmund's success in recent years, where they have been crowned Bundesliga champions in the last two seasons, have meant Gotze has not had too big a reason to leave the club.
Nonetheless, although his current deal with Dortmund only expires in 2016, the player admits there are a number of clubs he would be tempted to join.
"Clubs such as Real Madrid, Barcelona or Manchester United are attractive and you could develop at those clubs," he told Sport1.
Despite their dominant form in the past two seasons, it looks unlikely that BVB will retain the league title this year as Bayern Munich 20-point lead at the top of the table, with just eight games remaining.
Still, Gotze does not believe their campaign should be regarded as a failure as long as they qualify for Europe's premier club competition once more.
"In the league, we're right on target to qualify for the Champions League," he added.
"The fact that the distance to top spot now is so huge, of course, is annoying. But I must admit that Bayern have enjoyed a very, very good season."
Although they need a minor miracle to retain the Bundesliga title, Dortmund's hopes of winning this season's Champions League are very much alive and next in line is a quarter-final clash against Malaga.