Gladbach is haggling over the second division star – ex-BVB striker in sight

The Bundesliga club Borussia Mönchengladbach has a difficult task ahead of them: in the summer, the people from the Lower Rhine region have to cope with a major change in the squad with little financial means. When it comes to newcomers, the focus is apparently also on the 2nd Bundesliga: Gladbach is haggling over a new winger. A former BVB striker has also been targeted.

Will Robin Hack continue in the Bundesliga next season? According to “Sport Bild”, the former Hoffenheimer, who can already look back on 33 appearances in the upper house, is on the Gladbach transfer slip.

With ten goals this season and four assists, the 24-year-old has certainly recommended himself for higher things in the jersey of basement child Arminia Bielefeld. Together with the Japanese Masaya Okugawa, he is currently the best scorer in East Westphalia, which is threatened with relegation.

According to the report, Gladbach sports director Roland Virkus has already made an offer in Bielefeld. Accordingly, the foals offer 1.5 million euros for Robin Hack, who Arminia signed for 1.2 million euros from 1. FC Nürnberg in the summer of 2021.

However, Bielefeld is said to be demanding two million euros at the moment.

Gladbach wants ex-BVB striker

The problem from Arminen’s point of view: Should coach Uwe Koschinat’s team have to go into the 3rd division this season, Robin Hack can change without a transfer due to a contractual clause. So Gladbach could play for time and wait and see how the 2nd Bundesliga develops. After 30 rounds, Bielefeld is 16th on the relegation place.

Meanwhile, according to “Sport Bild”, Gladbach has found a possible successor to center forward Marcus Thuram, who will leave the club in the summer. Vangelis Pavlidis from AZ Alkmaar is said to be the hottest candidate.

The Greek, who was once trained at VfL Bochum and attacked for BVB’s second team, has scored 22 competitive goals this season. It is not known how high the transfer fee for Pavlidis, who still has a contract until 2025, would be.