The topic has turned to the Bundesliga in the Football Transfer Tavern, and Luka Spac of GiveMeFootball.com reckons Wolfsburg are poised to sell Macedonian international winger Ferhan Hasani to Croatian champions Dinamo Zagreb.
The 22-year-old is expected to undergo a medical before penning a five-year-contract with Kruno Jurcic’s side.
It has been a steady rise to fame for Hasani, who just five years ago was plying his trade in the Macedonian second division. He made his name two years later, scoring 13 goals in 27 matches to help his side FK Shkendija gain promotion to the first division, and then went on to play a crucial role as his side were crowned league champions during the 2010/11 season.
He only joined Wolfsburg last year, but has struggled for form and regular first team football, and will be hoping the move to Croatia will reignite his career.
Dinamo coach Kruno Jurcic said: “He is a winger who can play on both sides and he’s the kind of player we need.
“I’ve seen him when I was working for Croatian national team and was scouting Macedonia so when an opportunity came to sign him we didn’t hesitate.”
Hasani has featured 14 times for his country managing one goal in that time. He is expected to cost as little as £500,000.