Josha Vagnoman is apparently about to move from Hamburger SV to VfB Stuttgart. The Swabians still don’t want to meet HSV’s transfer requirements.
For weeks there have been rumors about Josha Vagnoman from Hamburger SV.
The 21-year-old full-back definitely wants to play in the Bundesliga. HSV urgently needs the millions in revenue from a Vagnoman sale in order to be able to land newcomers.
According to “Bild”, a transfer is now concrete. After discussions between his advisors and several clubs, Vagnoman has agreed on a change with VfB Stuttgart. A contract until 2026 in the country is in the room.
The “Stuttgarter Nachrichten”, “Sky” and other media also report an agreement between VfB and Vagnoman.
Million poker between VfB Stuttgart and HSV
The two clubs are said to be far apart when it comes to transfer fees.
Allegedly, HSV demands a whopping six to seven million euros plus possible bonus payments for its own growth. The first offer from VfB Stuttgart, on the other hand, is said to have included around half of this financial volume, according to “Bild”. According to the reports, the negotiations are currently ongoing.
According to “Hamburger Morgenpost”, Vagnoman could ultimately switch for five to six million euros and small bonuses.
72 competitive games for HSV
Vagnoman has been playing at HSV since 2010. He has played 72 competitive games (five goals, four assists) for the Rothosen professionals, one of them in the Bundesliga.
In the past season, however, the 2021 U21 European champion only made 17 appearances in the HSV jersey due to a torn tendon.
According to media reports, Vagnoman informed the club of his desire to move immediately after the missed promotion. His contract in Hamburg runs until June 30, 2024.
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