Yet another member of the first-team setup at Leeds United is primed for an imminent loan move to Germany, according to reports.
The player in question? Maximilian Wober.
The subject of outgoings, of course, has taken its place front and centre in the headlines at Elland Road across the summer to date.
This comes with a whole host of high-profile members of Leeds’ ranks having sealed departures, on the back of the club’s relegation to The Championship.
To this point, all of Rodrigo, Robin Koch, Rasmus Kristensen, Marc Roca and Brenden Aaronson have moved on, in one form or another.
Both Koch and Aaronson, meanwhile, made the move to Germany, as part of loan deals for the season ahead.
And, as alluded to above, if the latest word stemming from the media on Sunday is anything to go by, then this pair could soon be joined by yet another member of Daniel Farke’s squad in the Bundesliga.
As per a report from The Athletic, Maximilian Wober is ‘close’ to sealing a move to Borussia Monchengladbach.
The powers that be in west Yorkshire, for their part, are understood to have been keen to keep hold of defender Wober through the summer.
However, just six months on from his arrival, the 25-year-old made clear his intention to seek out a new challenge with ‘Gladbach.
Negotiations over a loan transfer featuring an option to buy, in turn, have reached an advanced stage.