Sebastian Andersson will reportedly be available on a free transfer in the summer should Union Berlin be relegated from the Bundesliga this season.
|Willi Orban (left) and Sebastian Andersson (right).||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche|
Union Berlin striker Sebastian Andersson will be available on a free transfer in the summer if his club end up being relegated from the Bundesliga, according to Kicker.
The tall striker, who has scored nine goals in 19 appearances this season, has reportedly attracted interest from FC Zenit and Valencia, but is said to prefer a move to the English Premier League.
Andersson, 28, is unlikely to leave Union this month, with a summer move seeming more likely - especially if he will be able to leave the club for free.
Union Berlin currently sit 12th in the Bundesliga, three points above the relegation play-off place. Should the German capital club stay in the Bundesliga, Andersson's contract will be extended by a further year, as per the report from Kicker.