Wolfsburg Interested In Jonathan Legear And Marko Pantelic

Posted by admin on Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Wolfsburg are reportedly looking to use the money from the sale of Edin Dzeko to fund moves for Jonathan Legear and Marko Pantelic.
Bundesliga underachievers VfL Wolfsburg are reportedly weighing up moves for Anderlecht winger Jonathan Legear and Olympiacos striker Marko Pantelic as they look to bolster their squad following the departure of Edin Dzeko to Manchester City.

WAZ are reporting that die Woelfe have made an enquiry to the Belgian champions about Legear, whose contract runs until the middle of 2014. Capable of playing on either flank, he has five goals and six assists to his name in 17 Jupiler League appearances this term.

Former Hertha Berlin and Ajax striker Marko Pantelic is also being lined up for a return to the Bundesliga. The Olympiacos man, now 32, has been the subject of a €2 million offer from Wolfsburg, although the Greek club are holding out for more.

Steve McClaren's side are currently in a disappointing 11th spot in the table with 23 points from their 18 games this season.