Hertha Berlin managed only three wins in the Bundesliga under Ante Čović this season and having failed to register a league win in over a month, they decided to sack the Croatian and appointed Jürgen Klinsmann as his successor on November 27th.

Under Klinsmann, the Bundesliga side have managed four points from in the last three games and Hetrha’s new manager has big plans, according to SportBild.

It’s claimed the German side are considering signing Borussia Dortmund’s Mario Götze and Tottenham Hotspur’s Victor Wanyama.

The former Southampton man was heavily linked with leaving Spurs in the last window, with Club Brugge believed to be keen on acquiring his services. However, no deal took shape.

His decision to continue with the north London club hasn’t paid off as the defensive midfielder has been restricted to only 24 minutes of action in the Premier League this term.

Even José Mourinho’s arrival in November had no bearing on Wanyama’s situation at Tottenham and he could leave the club in search of playing time.

A move to Hertha would likely see the midfielder feature regularly for the German side.