After VfB Stuttgart’s 1-1 draw with Mainz following the return of the Bundesliga, Borna Sosa spoke to Sky Germany and hinted that he is open to moving away from Stuttgart.
When asked about his future, Sosa said: “Everything can happen, everything is open, I have been here for five years now and feel at home, but if something good comes, then you may want to take another step. That’s also normal. Stuttgart is also happy when an offer comes – in the future or now.”
If Stuttgart receives an offer of around €18m for the 25-year-old, they would be happy to let Sosa go as they find themselves in a poor financial situation. The Croatian is contracted to VfB until 2025 and had attracted previous interest from both Germany and England.
Sosa is currently injured having suffered a groin injury during Stuttgart’s winter training.
The 25-year-old joined Stuttgart in 2018 from Dinamo Zagreb and has gone on to make 96 appearances for them during that time. He also played a key role in Croatia’s third-place finish at the World Cup in Qatar.
Stuttgart have a relatively busy period ahead of them with no new signings, as of yet, under head coach Bruno Labbadia and new Sporting Director Fabian Wohlgemuth, who replaced Sven Mislintat.
GGFN | Jack Meenan