Bild reports that Gladbach must sell either Nico Elvedi or Manu Koné to be able to afford the signing of Jordan from Union Berlin.
|Nico Elvedi.||Photo: Borussia Mönchengladbach|
According to Bild, Die Fohlen remain keen to strengthen up front with the signing of Union Berlin's Jordan, who is available for €3.25 million.
However, in order to free up funds for the move, Gladbach must first sell Nico Elvedi or Manu Koné, it is claimed.
Elvedi has been linked with a number of English clubs, including Everton and Wolverhampton.
Kone is also said to have attracted interest from England as well as Juventus. According to Bild,the Serie A Side recently inquired about a possible loan move for the Frenchman, but Gladbach are only interested in a permanent transfer.