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Bench press leaves Gladbach on a lending

Playback Bankrupted Hannes Wolf stands immediately before changing to Wales. There, the offensive midfielder should collect game practice for half a year.

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Hannes Wolf will not bear the jersey of Borussia Mönchengladbach in the coming months. Already at the press conference before the DFB Cup Party against Hanover 96 (Wednesday evening, 18:30 clock), Wolfs chef Max Ebert responded to the transfer topic for a short time.

It may be that there is something happened in the next few days, Ebert said, but did not want to say anything about a possible lend or sell: Will we see when the time has come.

Now the time seems to have come: According to matching media reports from England and Germany, Wolf changes to the island. The 22-year-old, who had previously played for a year for Playback and then went away from RB Leipzig in the past summer, should find the track in Swansea City again.

According to the picture runs the designed lending to the second division until the end of the season. No purchase option should have been anchored in the temporary contract, because Wolf wants to break through again from July at Russia in the Bundesliga, where he completed only 303 minutes of play in 2021/2022. Wolf has been entirely without use since the beginning of November.

Playback: On Wolf a difficult task is waiting for Swansea

The Austrian was brought as a direct player of the then coach Marco Rose from Leipzig. Ultimately, the offensive player committed to just under ten million euros is currently playing no role under ADI Hunter.

With Swansea City a great task is waiting for the offensive midfielder. The Championship Club is only tables-17. (Of a total of 24 teams) and only has to work out of the basement. However, Wolf’s new team has also completed fewer games compared to the competition.

In addition to the information about Wolf, Ebert also indicated inquiries, but no offers for Matthias Winter and Denis Bavaria. For both players, the contract expires in summer. Only with a sale in the winter break, Russia could still generate a transfer for the two power carriers. When asked if there are already concrete offers for the two, Ebert answered: Nothing real.