After the convincing performances at the U21 European Championship, Lukas Nmecha can choose his new club almost freely. The Bundesliga is his self-declared dream destination. From there, Eintracht Frankfurt, VfB Stuttgart and RB Leipzig beckon. However, another team is apparently awarded the contract.
Exactly three weeks ago, Lukas Nmecha’s future seemed clear. In Belgium there was talk of a fixed move to RB Leipzig, which in return wanted to transfer ten million euros to Manchester City. The Saxons have apparently refrained from a Nmecha transfer after the commitment of André Silva.
After the U-turn, the track leads to VfL Wolfsburg. After Gianluigi Longari from “Sportitalia” had reported that Nmecha is about to reach an agreement with the wolves, is now the usually well-informed too “Sports buzzer” followed.
According to “Sportbuzzer” it is possible that Nmecha will be presented before the weekend so that he can go to the wolves’ training camp, which will take place from July 18th in Bad Waltersdorf, Austria.
When Lukas Nmecha comes: will Wout Weghorst leave VfL Wolfsburg?
It can only be speculated whether this transfer will also lead to the departure of Wout Weghorst. After all, the Nmecha commitment could be a harbinger of this.
Like Oliver Glasner, the new Wolfsburg trainer Mark van Bommel relies on a one-man storm. For Weghorst, due to his unerring years, there were always inquiries, especially from the Premier League. From there, the London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United have long been considered potential buyers.
In the meantime, it had become apparent in the last few weeks that Nmecha would soon be hunting for goals in the Bundesliga. “A club in the Bundesliga would be a dream,” said the 22-year-old of “Sport Bild”. Nmecha was loaned to RSC Anderlecht last season and impressed in Belgium with 21 goals in 41 competitive games.
After all, his appearances at the previous U21 European Championship were decisive for a change to a club that participates in a top European league. Nmecha became the tournament’s top goalscorer with four goals and thus had a very large share in the German team’s title win.
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