According to German footballing magazine Kicker, the number of Bundesliga clubs now interested in procuring 1. FC Nürnberg attacker Robin Hack now stands three strong.
As sure as a fresh autumn beckons, so do fresh rumors concerning young German winger/attacking midfielder Robin Hack of 1. FC Nürnberg. Hack was the focus of a possible transfer to Köln last year; a deal first explicitly ruled out, then potentially re-opened, and continually discussed right up until the transfer deadline.
The 22-year-old had something of an off year last season. Injuries limited him to just 23 appearances. He scored four goals and garnered five assists for the Franconians in Germany's second footballing division. Hack was not called up to Stefan Kuntz's Germany U21 squad due to the injuries and weak form.
Germany's preeminent footballing publication notes that at least three Bundesliga clubs still wish to snatch up his potential for the top flight. The Pforzheim native has already been linked with Borussia Mönchengladbach and Arminia Bielefeld.
Kicker now reports that FC Augsburg, nearing a swap that will see them part company with winger Marco Richter, are now also anxious to conclude a deal.
Hack remains under contract with the FCN through 2023.
His latest market value is listed at €3 million.