TURIN, ITALY - JANUARY 24: Sami Khedira of Juventus FC looks on during the Serie A match between Juventus FC and AS Roma at Juventus Arena on January 24, 2016 in Turin, Italy. (Photo by Valerio Pennicino/Getty Images)

Juventus star Sami Khedira has hinted a future move to the A-League, the Herald Sun has reported.

Khedira, who was an integral member of Germany's 2014 World Cup winning squad, is contracted to the Italian giants until 2019 but has suggested a move down under could be on the cards in the future, comparing the A-League's rise to that of the MLS in America.

“I’m thinking a lot about my life because I think it’s important not just to live just in the present but to think about the future, what kind of jobs would you like to do and what experiences,’’ Khedira told the Herald Sun.

“And for sure American football has improved, Australian football has improved. So why not?

“It’s an opportunity for me and let’s see what happens in a few years. But now I’m in good shape and I want to play some more years in Europe.’’

The 28-year-old made 98 appearances for Stuttgart in the Bumdesliga and 102 matches for Real Madrid, before crossing to Juventus last year.

Khedira said he has been keeping an eye on countryman Thomas Broich, who moved from the Bundesliga to the A-League in 2010, where he has become a star for the Brisbane Roar, playing 139 matches and winning three championships.

“I’ve never been to Australia so I hope it will be my first experience and I’m looking forward to it, I have heard just good things about it so I’m very excited,’’ he said.