Hamburg are yet to receive any offers for Wolves and Brentford target Mario Vušković, according to Bild.
Croatian youth international Vušković has not only attracted interest from the Premier League, but Bundesliga clubs have also put out feelers for the 20-year-old.
Per the report, 2. Bundesliga side Hamburg would not be willing to sell Vušković for anything less than €10m. Arriving from Hajduk Split on loan last summer, HSV made the move permanent for €3m after the Croatian defender impressed, playing 29 games across all competitions.
It would take a significant fee for Hamburg to sell Vušković this summer, but knowing they have interest from the Premier League, Jonas Boldt is under no pressure to sell one of his prized assets for anything less but whether the player remains in the 2. Bundesliga come deadline day is another matter.
€10m would be a significant fee for Hamburg, who want promotion to the Bundesliga this season after losing the playoff against Hertha Berlin last season.