Hannes Wolf drops biggest hint yet about Swansea City return as he admits fan support ‘honors him’

Swansea City loan man Hannes Wolf said the feedback he received from his time in South Wales left him “very happy” as he opened the door to a return next season.

Swans head coach Russell Martin signed the winger from Borussia Mönchengladbach in January, and his impact in South Wales has been positive. Deployed in various positions including wingback, Wolf has traveled 18 times for his temporary club and although he is now back in Germany, where he still has two years left on his contract, it is clear that his move to SA1 left a positive impression on him. .

A return to Landore is still on the table, it seems.

“Football should always be fun in principle, but the two and a half years in Germany didn’t go as I hoped,” he told BILD, via SportWitness.

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“Of course it’s a lot more fun when you play and you need to. As has been the case for the past five months. First of all, this positive feedback from the Swansea fans makes me very happy, and it honors me too. As it stands, I still have two years left on my contract at Gladbach.

“Now we have a break, and I will use it to recharge my batteries and start the new season well prepared. How this continues, the coming weeks will show; I will be well prepared for all possible scenarios.

Martin has made no secret of the fact that he wants to bring Wolf back to Wales next season.

“They both want to stay,” Martin said of Wolf and Cyrus Christie on the final day of the season. “It will depend on finances. Both have sacrificed finances this coming year, which shows their character.

“We’ll have to do it again and I’m not convinced we’ll get to where we need to go. We’ll really have to look at it and make a decision on that very soon on how far we’re ready to go.

“Hannes really wants to stay. I thought he would use this to launch his career and then go back to Gladbach and really force his way back there, but he feels he may not have the future he He loved it so much, he talked about the fans yesterday and he’s never had that experience. He really enjoyed it, which is great for us. But I’m not sure we’ll be able to. do. I would like to but I’m just not sure.”

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