Justin Hubner is currently plying his trade with second division Dutch side FC Den Bosch, but that’s going to change soon if reports coming out of Netherlands are to be believed.
According to local newspaper Brabants Dagblad, the 16-year-old will leave Den Bosch for Wolverhampton Wanderers. He is considered the ‘greatest talent’ of the Dutch side’s academy.
It’s reported the defender had a trial with Bologna last summer and spent some time with the Italian side, where he trained with their U17 side. The teenager also trained with Bologna’s first team on a few occasions.
BD explains the young centre-back also had a contract offer from Den Bosch. However, Hubner has decided it’s time to leave his hometown club and make a switch to Wolves.
It’s claimed the Premier League side will pay a ‘training fee’ to Den Bosch for signing the youngster.
Den Bosch’s football affairs manager Bert Ruijsch has confirmed Hubner’s move to Wolves, but BD doesn’t carry any direct quotes in their report.
They also state Ruijsch didn’t want to provide details of the compensation his side will receive from Wolves for Hubner.