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Gosens reaches agreement with Wolfsburg, VfL and Inter not far apart on transfer fee

By Peter Weis   @PeterVicey

Italian daily La Repubblica reports that VfL Wolfsburg have agreed to personal terms with German national team fullback Robin Gosens on a contract. 

The 29-year-old could very well be on his way to his first Bundesliga station once a transfer fee is negotiated. 
Robin Gosens.
Robin Gosens.
There's fresh news to report in the ongoing Robin Gosens transfer saga. The veteran left-back's seemingly endless links to his first job in German football might finally yield something concrete. Italian daily La Repubblica reports that the 29-year-old has agreed to terms with VfL Wolfsburg on a new playing contract.

Gosens' Serie A side and Germany's green company team are, according to the Italian paper, not necessarily very far apart on the matter of a transfer fee either. Inter Milan seek a fee in the neighborhood of €18 million for the 16-times-capped international. Wolfsburg wish to purchase Gosens for something closer to the €15 million mark.

It's entirely conceivable that the two clubs can come to terms over this relatively small difference. The Italians may be eager to cut their losses insofar as Gosens is concerned. The player himself has never been shy about expressing his desire to play professionally in his home country for the first time, not to mention his dream of playing his way back onto the German national team.

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