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.