Attacker Dodi Lukebakio will break his tents in the summer at VfL Wolfsburg and return to Hertha BSC.
This reports the "kicker". Accordingly, Wolfsburg have no interest in a fixed commitment of the four-time Belgian national player, whose loan engagement at the Lower Saxony is still running until the end of the season.
Lukebakio was last under coach Florian Kohfeldt, if at all, only as part-time workers asked. His disappointing record in the VfL jersey: four gate participations (a hit / three templates) in 23 competitive games.
"He had some moments when he had his potential he has flashed," said Lower Saxony director Marcel Schäfer after the game at Eintracht Frankfurt in mid-February (2: 0), in which Lukebakio had first contributed a goal in Wolfsburg's Dress.
"Against Cologne he was well initiated the two goals. His claim and our claim to him is that he creates go-threatening actions in each game." It is important for Lukebakio, "that faith comes back to his own strength. He has noticed that he can still shoot goals".
Hertha BSC: Dodi Lukebakios Contract is still running until 2024
That could take Lukebakio from the coming season again at Hertha BSC. His contract there runs until 2024. A purchase option for the 24-year-old did not possess Wolfsburg anyway.
Lukebakio was changing from FC Watford to Fortuna Düsseldorf in 2018. After the end of his guest performance in the North Rhine-Westphalian state capital Hertha BSC secured the services of the right outside - for whopping 20 million euros.
But in Berlin, Lukebakio never worked as hoped for, even though he delivered 2020/2021 twelve scorer points in 30 competitive games. Currently, his market value is only valued at around 13 million euros in view of the unsatisfactory Wolfsburg commitment.