With Dele Alli barely featuring and reportedly getting closer to a move to Paris Saint-Germain, José Mourinho seems to want some midfield reinforcement.
The idea of bringing back Christian Eriksen has apparently been mooted, but that would only be temporary, meaning additions might be needed in that area of the field once again next summer.
There’s an option in Germany being looked at, and his name is Florian Neuhaus, who currently plays for Borussia Mönchengladbach and is being ‘hunted’ by several clubs around Europe.
Picking up his first cap for the German national team last October, the 23-year-old is, according to Sport1, being considered by both Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, who could make a move for him next summer.
The website also add Neuhaus’ contract has a release clause ‘in the range of €40m’ that will become active in the summer.
Happy under Marco Rose, the Gladbach man isn’t pushing for an exit, but should his manager replace Edin Terzic in Dortmund as has been suggested, that could be a big plus for the Bundesliga side.
As for the rest of Europe, Sport1 explain Real Madrid and ‘numerous top English clubs, including Tottenham Hotspur’ are also after the player.
Neuhaus ‘is not in a hurry’, but things could heat up in the coming months