Roy Beerens seems to be Hertha Berlin's next transfer target. The Dutch right winger is said to like a move to the Bundesliga club and not to Feyenoord, which seems to be the second option.
Who is this Roy Beerens? He is a product of the PSV Eindhoven academy. He played a handful of games, before loan moves were made to Nijmegen. His career took off properly in 2007 when Heerenveen bought him. From the flank Beerens scored 25 goals in just over 100 games.
Since 2011, Beerens has been playing for AZ Alkmaar. In just over 90 games, he has scored 15 goals. Overall, he has played 230 matches in the Eredivisie and has scored about 40 goals as a pure winger.
His contract expires next season and this is the last chance for AZ to cash in. Hertha Berlin are said to be willing to pay up to 2 million euros for the player's signature.
Should this transfer go through; Sami Allagui will next season play as a pure forward and not on the flank like he did this season. The Tunisian accounted for a absolutely fine season as he has scored nine goals.
This is a clear signal to Pierre-Michel Lasogga that he should make up his mind really quick. Hertha Berlin will not hinge upon whether Pierre is leaving or not.
The other day, Didier Ya Konan was the hottest rumour regarding a new player. In turn speculation has begun to surface that Daniel Ginczek could become Lasogga's replacement. Most preferably, however, everyone at the club would want Lasogga to extend his contract.
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