Adrian Ramos has admitted a move away from Hertha Berlin could be good for him but not to the English capital.
However, before you get too excited, he’s not talking about moving to London but to Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund.
Ever since Robert Lewandowski announced that he’d be joining Bayern Munich at the end of the season, suggestions have been whizzing around over who BVB would bring in to replace him.
According to German newspaper Bild, there’s every chance Jurgen Klopp will target the 12 goal and four assists forward.
“The transfer to Borussia is still in the rumour phase. But if the change would come about, that would be very good for me,” he’s quoted by Bild.
It’s not a massive blow to either of the London clubs reported to have an interest in him, as he was suggested as a stop-gap measure during the January window.
The summer market is much more open and there are going to be more high profile and more prolific striker targets linked with moves to Chelsea and Arsenal leading up to and after the World Cup.
Diego Costa, Falcao and Edinson Cavani are just a few of the names that either side could target, arguably better options for each club than the Hertha Berlin hit man.
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