HSV: Dompé probably not the last newcomer – focus on right-back

  Board member for sport Jonas Boldt (left) and coach Tim Walter finally want to get promoted with HSV. Board member for sport Jonas Boldt (left) and coach Tim Walter finally want to get promoted with HSV. imago/jan huebner

According to information from the ' Hamburg evening paper ' not yet completed. After winger Jean-Luc Dompé went to medical check-up in Hamburg was, you want to finalize the transfer as soon as possible. Apparently, the promotion aspirant still has some catching up to do.

Three million euros should still be available as a budget, but including Dompé. Since the HSV will pay around 1.3 million euros to Zulte Waregem for the French, after deducting the salary and consultant's commission, there shouldn't be much money left for Dompé.

Disagreement on investment priority

Sports director Jonas Boldt and HSV President Marcell Jansen are said to have different opinions about the area in which the money would be best invested. Boldt sees some catching up to do at right-back. In his view, 18-year-old William Mikelbrencis from French club FC Metz is a promising candidate . This should represent an alternative for the set Moritz Heyer. Currently, however, there should be no negotiations between the clubs.

  Right-back William Mikelbrencis currently plays for FC Metz in Ligue 1. Right-back William Mikelbrencis currently plays for FC Metz in Ligue 1. images / panoramas C

Jansen, on the other hand, would like to sign a central striker. With Ransford Königsdörffer they have already signed a player who can play variably on the offensive. However, he prefers to play on the wing. If regular player Robert Glatzel were to fail, there might be problems. But since coach Tim Walter prefers to play with a tip, a new signing in the striker position is currently unlikely.

Boldt is already dealing with the future of staff

The sports director would like to make HSV fit for the future. Therefore, there are plans to engage the technical director Sascha Lense with the remaining budget. For Lense, who last worked alongside Ralf Rangnick in the Manchester United coaching team, a resolution had already been drafted.



HSV could at least save a little money by loaning Stephan Ambrosius to league rivals Karlsruher SC . The defender hasn't played a major role lately and should now gain match practice at KSC.

However, the process of dismissing the former sports director of HSV, Michael Mutzel, is certainly also part of the planning. The district court had recently found that Mutzel was unlawfully dismissed. Even if the verdict has not yet been pronounced, the Hamburg sports club must be prepared for a large amount of compensation.

Source: watson.de