Klaas Jan Huntelaar from Ajax Amsterdam is about to return to FC Schalke 04. But numerous other names were also on the list of the Royal Blues. So probably Daniel Ginczek from VfL Wolfsburg.
As the “kicker” reports, sports director Jochen Schneider asked the 29-year-old. However, both parties could not agree on a transfer.
Schneider and Ginczek know each other from shared times at VfB Stuttgart, where the attacker played from 2014 to 2018 and the manager worked from 1999 to 2015.
Ginczek has been chasing goals for VfL Wolfsburg since 2018. In 58 games for the Wolves, the striker scored eleven goals and prepared ten more goals.
In the Autostadt, however, the former Stuttgart is usually only a substitute behind goalgetter Wout Weghorst. In the current season, Ginczek has made nine competitive appearances, he was only in the starting line-up twice.
Previously, Schalke had already bought a basket from ex-professional Vedad Ibisevic and Mario Mandzukic, according to “Sport1”.
The Revierklub ended its collaboration with Ibisevic just a few weeks ago. After a quarrel in training with assistant trainer Naldo, the contract with the 36-year-old veteran was terminated. According to the TV broadcaster, Schneider recently approached Ibisevic again – without success.
Mandzukic is also said to have canceled Schalke. According to the report, the squires knocked on the striker who had no contract. The Croat, who in 2012/2013 as a regular under Jupp Heynckes was one of the success factors in the first triple in FC Bayern’s history, is without a club after his contract with the Qatari club Al-Duhail in July 2020.
Rafinha has also been linked to a return to the Royal Blues. “I know the thoughts of Schalke and the club perfectly, the club is in my heart. There is contact with Schalke, most recently recently. I have a lot of friends there,” said the former FC Bayern professional about the speculations and emphasized: “But at the moment I’m an Olympiakos player.”
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