For a while, there was a little bit of uncertainty surrounding the future of Brighton & Hove Albion loanee Viktor Gyökeres at St. Pauli.
The young Swede has impressed while with the 2. Bundesliga club, but despite some good performances, he was unable to stop them from having a relatively disappointing season.
The club currently sit 14th with one game to go, and can at best hope for an 11th spot finish if all other results and goals go their way.
Liga-Zwei.de report on Monday that the 2. Bundesliga side will make ‘some changes in the squad’ this summer, as Dimitrios Diamantakos will move to Hajduk Split and Gyökeres ‘will also return to his home club, Brighton’.
To fill the gap from both those departures, the German team have since turned their attention to Daniel-Kofi Kyereh.
For Gyökeres, this will now be an opportunity to find out whether his future lies at the Premier League club or elsewhere.
His agent revealed in mid-May that a number of sides were interested in his client’s services, and a lot could come down to whether or not the Seagulls can make a decent profit.
The 22-year-old was signed from IF Brommapojkarna in Sweden back in 2018 in exchange for £900k, and has since become a full Sweden international.
He has managed five appearances for Brighton, while scoring six goals and assisting another three in 27 games for St. Pauli this year.