Brentford prepare £5million move for Germany U21 star Robin Hack as Championship side target Nuremburg winger as potential replacement for Said Benrahma
- Brentford are lining up a £5million move for Nuremburg winger Robin Hack
- The attacker has been identified as a possible replacement for Said Benrahma
- Hack scored 10 goals in 31 outings for the German side in the 2019-20 season
- Brentford are looking to recoup £25m for star attacker Benrahma this summer
Brentford are lining up a £5million move for Germany U21 international forward Robin Hack.
The Championship side have targeted the 22-year-old Nuremburg winger as a potential replacement for Said Benrahma who is wanted by a number of Premier League clubs.
Hack came through the youth ranks at Hoffenheim before joining Nuremburg in the Bundesliga second division last year.
Brentford are lining up a £5million move for Germany U21 international Robin Hack
The 22-year-old Nuremburg winger scored 10 goals in 31 appearances for the German club
He scored ten goals in 31 appearances last season and has the hallmarks of another bright find for Brentford’s scouting system. They have also considered Amiens winger Saman Ghoddos.
Brentford want £25m each for Benrahma and his teammate Ollie Watkins with Aston Villa, Fulham and West Ham keen.
They are also braced for offers from Arsenal for goalkeeper David Raya while left-back Rico Henry has interest from Brighton and West Brom.
The Bees have identified the 22-year-old as a possible replacement for Said Benrahma
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