Championship club Huddersfield Town have been linked with a move for German defender Michael Hefele according to the Huddersfield Examiner.

The 25 year old Pfaffenhofen born centre half currently plays for Dynamo Dresden in the German third tier but is well known by Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner who has an extensive list of contacts in the German game.

Excitement is building around The John Smith’s Stadium with a big summer of transfer activity expected at the West Yorkshire club. Town coach Wagner has already started his close season rebuilding project with the impressive signing of 1 FC Kaiserslautern defender Chris Lowe, a player who has plenty of experience playing in the German top flight with Borussia Dortmund and 1 FC Kaiserslautern.

Hefele has become the latest player from Wagner’s homeland to be linked with a move to the Championship club with the player scoring three goals in 33 appearances for Dynamo Dresden this season. The big defender is currently the captain of his club.

With 46 points from 41 league fixtures so far this season, it has been a relatively solid Championship campaign for Huddersfield Town but the club and it’s supporters are well aware of the fact that new arrivals are needed in the summer to enable the club to progress further next season.

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