Jonas Wind was tipped to be a target for both Newcastle United and West Ham in January, but since missing out on Dane, current star VfL Wolfsburg has torn the Bundesliga net.
Equal follow the club’s official Twitter accountThe youngster was named Rookie of the Month in Germany’s top flight in February, with Wind scoring two goals and becoming the first Danish player to win the award in tournament history.
Indeed, Wind has had an easy life at Wolfsburg, with the striker replacing Wout Weghorst perfectly after he left Burnley in January. And as for Newcastle and West Ham, they may regret their decision not to sign the 23-year-old.
Premier League duo want Wolfsburg star Wind in 2021
As reported by Jeunes Footeux, both Newcastle and West Ham are eyeing Wind ahead of the January transfer window, with both clubs keen to sign a striker who will be in the second half of the season.
However, as we all know, Wind never made a move to the Premier League, instead, the youngster was hunted by Wolfsburg. Furthermore, instead, Newcastle signed Chris Wood from Burnley while West Ham were, again, unable to bring in a new striker.
While The Magpies have been on the upswing since the January window, with Wood recently scoring his first goal for Eddie Howe’s side, West Ham have once again been underwhelmed in central attack, with Michael Antonio’s last goal of the tournament came on New Year’s Day.
With Wind taking down Wolfsburg by storm and now winning the Bundesliga’s Rookie of the Month award, both Newcastle and West Ham will feel as though they’ve missed out on a hidden gem this January based on Dane’s form.
Wind replaced Weghorst seamlessly and made the jump from the Danish league to the Bundesliga with ease, adding food for thought for Newcastle and The Hammers, who should already have. strikers in the books if they act faster.
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