Hamburg’s Mario Vušković is likely to leave this summer

According to Hamburger Morgenpost, Hamburg are unlikely to keep defender Mario Vušković this summer amid interest from the Premier League and Bundesliga. The 20-year-old Croatian international only officially signed for HSV this summer after a very successful loan from hometown club Hajduk Split. 

Costing Hamburg only €3m, they could soon let him go for a much higher sum. 

Interest has been gathering around Vušković with Premier League clubs Wolves and Brentford reportedly keeping tabs on the young centre-back. Additionally, several unnamed Bundesliga sides are looking into the Croatian’s services. 

The right-footed defender is a physical centre-half who is known for his tackling and distribution ability. With such speculation, it’s hard to see HSV keeping hold of Vušković especially if Wolves or Brentford come in with a large sum of money. A considerable transfer fee could help Hamburg reinvest in the squad which in turn could help them gain promotion back to the Bundesliga. 


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