Union Berlin probably threatens before closing the transfer window on Monday the disposal of offensive player Max Kruse.

As the Kicker reports, the VFL Wolfsburg should work on a return campaign of the 33-year-old. Kruse, whose contract ends at Union after this season, played for the wolves in the 2015/16 season.

For the Iron harvest, it is the last way to generate a transfer for kruse. In the Lower Saxony, the ex-national player would also meet coach Florian Kohfeldt, under which he already played at Werder Bremen.

Kruse had returned to Werder 2019, but was returned to the Bundesliga after only one year ago at Fenerbahce. For Union Berlin, he has been shaking 19 goals in 45 competitive games. Previously, the striker was also active for FC St. Pauli, the SC Freiburg and Borussia Mönchengladbach.

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The VfL Wolfsburg last moved in Admir Mehmedi (Antalyaspor) and Daniel Ginczek (Fortuna Düsseldorf) two offensive players in the current winter transfer period.