At a Monday presser, Hertha BSC sporting CEO Fredi Bobic stated that there would be no more incoming transfers at the club during the current window.
"We believe in the group we have," Bobic noted, "That's what we'll be judged on at the end of the day. The Players have proven it often enough that we can do it. I have a complete conviction about that. Other winter transfers are simply not possible."
Hertha have, i point of fact, made only one incoming winter transfer. FC Augsburg striker Florian Niederlechner arrived in the capital city early for a reported €500,000 transfer fee. A total of six players were either loaned out or permitted to leave on free transfers, meaning that Hertha weren't able to generate any incoming revenue either.
Schwarz confirmed that Niederlechner's injury would keep him out of tomorrow night's clash with Wolfsburg, though the new signing might be available for the derby against Union Berlin this coming weekend. Striker Stevan Jovetic is, per Schwarz, a confirmed out for tomorrow night's game.