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All contracts expire in June 2021 according to transfermarkt.com.
The 27-year-old forward is one of these players who seem to be continually linked with the Premier League but is destined to ride the same old Bundesliga train to final Champions League qualifier for his entire career.
The best chance to get him might be this summer, with only 12 months left on his Bayer Leverkusen contract. And why would we want him? Volland is versatile – he can play as a No.9 or right winger – and he’s on course to reach double figures for league goals and assists for a second straight season.
Fans would probably prefer the exciting Dayot Upamecano, and Jose Mourinho the crocked Jerome Boateng, both of whose contracts also expire in 2021. Add that all up and that means we’ll probably go for Klostermann, the less celebrated defensive colleague of Upamecano at RB Leipzig.
Although not the stiffest of tests minus Harry Kane, the 23-year-old was pretty impressive across both legs of our Champions League defeat. He has been moved inside to centre-back this season but was previously a pacey right-back, so he’d give us options in two areas where they’re badly needed.
Speaking of pacey full-backs, Wendell is a fearless Brazilian bomber down the Leverkusen left, a weapon we’ve been without since peak Danny Rose.
Mourinho has favoured using the right-back as his extra man in attack, but that might be because he’s not had the players at his disposal to switch up the flanks. Wendell on the left and Tanganga on the right sounds better to me than Davies and Aurier, but then again so would 100 other combinations.