The Dutch striker hit 16 objectives in the German first class this season, and has said he is prepared for a test with a club in the European world class
Wout Weghorst has proposed he could leave Wolfsburg this mid year by saying he has “aspirations” to play and prevail at the “most elevated level”.
The 27-year-old Dutch striker dazzled in the 2019-20 season, with a one-in-two strike rate in the Bundesliga as he scored 16 objectives in 32 group appearances.
He helped the club fit the bill for the Europa League next season with a seventh-place alliance finish, however feels he has demonstrated that he is equipped for coming to significantly greater objectives later on.
Weghorst told Sport Bild: “No one must be apprehensive. It’s useful for a club to get a ton of cash again in the wake of putting resources into a player.
“I have aspirations and I need to accomplish at the most significant level. In the previous two years I have had the option to show that I can convey at that level and that there is a whole other world to originate from me.”
The objective man, remaining at 6’5″, said there had been plans for him to plunk down with the Wolfsburg the board and discussion about his future, however the disturbance brought about by coronavirus had required those designs to be postponed.
Weghorst, while he is goal-oriented and would be available to a move, conceded he is by the by cheerful in Wolfsburg and settled in his private life, while likewise valuing his situation as a key player and charm for his present club.
He stated: “We talked about that we ought to plunk down if something energizing came up for me, but since of crown, we have a weird market.
“I get a great deal of acknowledgment in Wolfsburg, I assume a significant job in sport and in human terms. I feel better, my family as well. It is likewise imperative to me whether Wolfsburg will do everything conceivable to win titles later on, yet I believe in the donning administration.”
He has as of late been connected with Arsenal and Newcastle, in any case, Weghorst himself is a Liverpool fan who confesses to getting goosebumps at whatever point he hears the mark melody performed by aficionados of the Premier League champions before each game.
“I generally discovered Liverpool extraordinary,” he told Goal and DAZN in a select meeting last May. “I despite everything get goosebumps from ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’. There are other incredible English clubs as well, and I generally preferred Milan in light of the fact that such a large number of Dutchmen played there.
“I am aspiring and need to excel. Perhaps sooner or later play at another club, regardless of whether in Germany or in England? Right now it is as yet distant. I feel better and will attempt to accomplish the most extreme here.”