According to a report from Italy, a transfer to Union Berlin for Germany and Inter defender Robin Gosens no longer looks likely. However, a move to Germany could still be on the cards, with Wolfsburg reportedly interested.
According to La Gazetta dello Sport, Union have cooled their interest, as Inter weren't willing to include a purchase obligation in the loan deal.
According to the report, the Italian Serie A side were looking for around €15 million for the 28-year-old – a fee Union can't and don't want to pay despite qualifying for the Champions League.
However, even though a move to Union Berlin seems to be off, a return to Germany is apparently not out of the question for Gosens.
According to La Gazetta dello Sport, Wolfsburg have re-established contact with Gosens' camp after first being linked with the left-back last year.
Gosens' contract with Inter runs until 2026.