Union Berlin also wants to change something on the winter transfer market. While any newcomers are also examined, the focus is on planned departures.
Despite the weak phase shortly before the winter break, with three games without a win and two of the four defeats, Union has undoubtedly played an impressive season so far.
In order to be able to continue to annoy the really big clubs after the break, the squad should be further optimized during the winter transfer phase.
According to Sportbild, a potential further striker is also being considered. Due to the triple burden, which will sooner or later become even more noticeable, Sheraldo Becker should be further relieved.
However, the focus is on the planned departures. According to the report, it is all about Levin Öztunali and Kevin Möhwald.
Both play no role at all under Urs Fischer. Öztunali only made one appearance, which lasted just six minutes. Otherwise he was even only once, another time in the squad. Möhwald, on the other hand, has not even been in the squad this season. Although an injury was also involved, the midfielder has no perspective with the Irons.
Both can and should leave the club in winter. An offer that the two will probably accept - in their own sense.
Milos Pantovic, who was only signed on a free transfer in the summer, could also leave Union early. It seems quite conceivable that he will join Öztunali and Möhwald.
This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as Union Berlin no longer plans with these players.