With Ferhan Hasani not being in the plans of Wolfsburg, the club’s manager Dieter Hecking has told Hasani it would be best for his career to move to another team.
With the summer transfer window winding down, Dieter Hecking has told Ferhan Hasani that a move out of Wolfsburg would be best to salvage his once promising career. Ferhan had some health issues earlier this summer, which kept him out of most friendlies and trainings during the summer preparations. Hasani already faced long odds, with him not featuring much under Hecking last season, but the illness made it that much more difficult for Ferhan to get a new lease on life.
Hecking called his current squad still too big, and several players face another year of sitting on the sidelines, including Hasani, if a transfer does not occur before 31 August. Speaking on Ferhan, Hecking said, “For him, it would be better if he goes. He knows the situation, but if an offer does not arrive, he will still be treated with respect.”
Manager Chedomir Janevski called Hasani, and other players, before announcing the squad for the recent friendly against Bulgaria, but opted against including Ferhan due to his current status with Wolfsburg. Hasani and his agent, before the end of the month, should be aiming for a new destination, either via a transfer or loan, to get Ferhan consistent playing time in order to get his career back on track. Otherwise, it’s more time on the sidelines for both Wolfsburg and the Macedonian national team.