The attacking midfielder only has one year left on his current deal but the BVB are hopeful that he will put pen to paper on a new contract instead of moving elsewhere.
“It’s certainly our intention to prolong with Shinji,” Zorc told Bild. “He’s got impressive stats, can always make the difference, and he has shown that he can perform under pressure.”
The 28-year-old Japan international has been at Dortmund since returning to the club from Manchester United in 2014 for a second spell.
Kagawa has made 185 appearances for Dortmund across all competitions, scoring 54 goals and assisting in 47.