Borussia Mönchengladbach must sell before they can sign Jordan on loan

Sky Germany reports that Borussia Mönchengladbach must sell players before they are able to complete a loan move for Union Berlin striker Jordan.

Gladbach and Union have held talks about a potential deal for the 27-year-old but a deal is not close to being completed as Gladbach cannot afford a loan move for Jordan. Union are aware that Gladbach must wait until sales are made before the talks can progress. 

Gladbach are still waiting for concrete offers for Nico Elvedi and Hannes Wolf. Elvedi has constantly been linked to Wolves in the Premier League but the two clubs have yet to agree on a fee for the defender. While Wolf is seen as surplus to requirements at the club.

After a strong start to his time in the capital, Jordan has fallen out of favour at Union. The 27-year-old’s game time is set to reduce even more this season as Union are set to complete the signing of Kevin Volland from AS Monaco.

The chance to reunite with his Young Boys’ coach Gerardo Seoane at Gladbach will give the American the chance at more game time, but the striker is still likely to play back up to Tomas Cvancara. 

GGFN | Jack Meenan 


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