The VfL Wolfsburg is probably interested in Daniel Ginczek. Aleksandar Dragovic still gives up question marks to Bayer Leverkusen. Meanwhile, Serie A clubs are looking for two Bundesliga pros. SPOX has collected the current rumours about bills of exchange from the Bundesliga clubs for you.
Tayfun Korkut and VfB Stuttgart could lose Daniel Ginczek to VfL Wolfsburg this summer. According to the picture from the Autostadt, the 27-year-old will be attracted with a significant salary increase. In addition, he would have a different role in Wolfsburg than at VfB.
Ginczek was under the shadow of Mario Gomez in the second half of the season despite good performances. “I want to score more goals again,” he said. But sports director Michael Reschke has no interest in giving up the striker: “Daniel Ginczek has a contract.” And this even until 2020.
Aleksandar Dragovic returns to Leicester City in Leverkusen at the end of June. The central defender was able to convince in England, but the Foxes do not want to pull the agreed purchase option without negotiations over the transfer price of 20 million euros agreed so far, the picture reports.
This opens up some possibilities for the 27-year-old and Leverkusen. Bayer officials will apparently follow the upcoming international games of Dragovic closely and then make a decision about his future. “We’re very relaxed about this. The Europa League will bring more games to us. We know what we have in Drago,” Rudi Völler summed up.
The sports chief told the picture: “He is a top defender. There’s no reason to just send him away. He did well in Leicester. In England, the boy also has a market.” Much is open, at the moment only one thing seems clear: It should go fast. “In the next few weeks” is Dragovic’s decision.
According to the Corriere dello Sport, AS Rome has its eye on Pavel Kaderabek of TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. The legal defender could therefore be worth around ten million euros to the Romans. However, it is doubtful whether TSG Kaderabek will sign a contract for another three years.
Under Julian Nagelsmann, Kaderabek is an important part of the squad and since his move to the Bundesliga in 2015 has developed into one of the best backs in the league. The 26-year-old has also been associated with Inter Milan, with the possibility of bidding on the replacement.
Not only Kaderabek seems popular in Italy: Gianluca di Marzio reports that FC Turin is interested in Aymen Barkok from Eintracht Frankfurt. The 20-year-old did not play an important role last year and could thus leave the Bundesliga by 2020 despite a contract.
It is estimated that the offensive midfielder will have to pay off five to six million euros. Currently, however, Frankfurt is to demand eight million euros plus a share in further transfers. Frankfurt’s hope: Arsenal FC was interested last summer – this is supposed to drive the price up.
And also the statements of the player do not necessarily also indicate thoughts of change. “The relationship to Frankfurt is very important to me. Right now, I can’t imagine changing. But if I’m an experienced Bundesliga player with 150 games, I’ll take that into account,” Barkok told the Frankfurter Neue Presse in March this year.