Robin Gosens has made his intentions clear in the January transfer window, the German international wants a move back to the Bundesliga. According to Kicker, there are three Bundesliga teams already interested in the wing-back’s services.
Since moving to Inter Milan from Atalanta last summer, the 28-year-old has been in and out of the team. This is partially down to injury and simply not being picked. This also made Gosens lose his national team place to David Raum who moved to RB Leipzig following an impressive campaign with Hoffenheim.
As per the report, the clubs currently monitoring Gosens situation include Bayer Leverkusen, Eintracht Frankfurt, and Borussia Mönchengladbach. The wingback was near completing a move to B04 last summer only for the transfer to break down at the last minute.
The only obstacle standing in the way of a possible transfer is Gosens’ current contract. His contract in Italy is until 2026 and is valued at €25m. One one of getting around this could be a potential loan offer with an obligation to buy.
It seems that Gosens may have his pick of a couple of Bundesliga teams this winter. Who will get his signature remains a mystery.
GGFN | Jamie Allen