As reported by Sky Germany’s Florian Plettenberg, Wolfsburg midfielder Aster Vranckx (19) has no future at the club under Niko Kovac and is allowed to leave should VfL receive at least €6m.
The Bundesliga side are unsatisfied with his development whilst Vranckx wants more playing time. The Belgian youth international made 21 appearances in the Bundesliga last season, but was in the starting XI just 12 times.
Since his €8m move from KV Mechelen last summer, Vranckx has played 29 games across all competitions, scoring two goals, both coming in the Bundesliga.
Per the report, representatives of Vranckx are sounding out the market. Everton, Fiorentina and Lille are among the clubs interested in signing the Belgian, who has three-years remaining on his current deal until 2025.
With just nine days of the transfer remaining, Wolfsburg would be willing to accept a smaller fee as Kovac looks to slim down his squad size, which is currently 28.