The betting for Inter Milan's Robin Gosens continues. Bayer Leverkusen should continue to show interest, but have not yet submitted an offer. VfL Wolfsburg is said to have dropped out. Gosens staying in Milan for the winter is now an issue again.
It has been known since last summer that Robin Gosens (28) is being chased by half the Bundesliga. The defender does not get a chance at Inter Milan and insists on a change. His big dream was always the Bundesliga. Recently Bayer Leverkusen, VfL Wolfsburg, Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Mönchengladbach were under discussion.
Now there is an update in the Causa Gosens. According to Sky information, VfL Wolfsburg is said to have left poker. Gosens is too expensive for Wolfsburg, they now have other plans. On the other hand, Bayer Leverkusen should be in the running. However, those responsible at the Werkself are said to be hesitating and have not yet made a concrete offer. As things stand at present, Robin Gosens could stay at Inter Milan in the winter.
Leverkusen's hesitation is not surprising. Sport Bild recently reported that a winter transfer from Gosens to Leverkusen is unlikely. Because during the winter break, the Rhinelanders can apparently only spend what they earn from player sales. The Milanese are demanding a fixed transfer fee of 20 million euros. A loan should probably not be an issue.
Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Mönchengladbach are said to have also been in the running. But the speculation died down. Eintracht manager Markus Krösche had asserted that the player was interesting, but that a transfer would not be financially feasible. Gladbach's managing director Roland Virkus had already denied the rumors of interest.
For Gosens, a change in winter should have priority. The left-back has only started once this season under Inter coach Simone Inzaghi. The club situation had severe consequences for the 28-year-old a few weeks ago. Hansi Flick did not include him in the World Cup squad after he had played an important role in the national team at the 2021 European Championship.
This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as a change request and Bundesliga interest: why Gosens could still stay at Inter.