Borussia Mönchengladbach boss Max Eberl says the club will not be investing €10 million or more in a player this summer.
In light of the corona crisis, Borussia Mönchengladbach will not be able to pay €10 million or more for a player during the summer transfer window, says sporting director Max Eberl.
"It will not be possible for Gladbach to bring in a player for €10 million or more this year," Eberl told Radio 90.1, according to Fussball.news.
Gladbach have been linked with a move for RB Leipzig's Hannes Wolf, who could come to Borussia-Park on a loan deal with an option to buy since 'Die Fohlen' can hardly afford to snap him up permanently at the moment.
Eberl's main objective this summer, however, is to keep the club's current squad together.
"We don't have to let anyone go amid one of the most difficult phases in German football. There can be no bigger manifestation of stability and continuity," the Gladbach boss stressed.