Out of contract VfL Wolfsburg goalkeeper Max Grun is being linked with a summer move to Huddersfield Town according to The Huddersfield Daily Examiner.
The 29 year old has spent the past three years as second choice goalkeeper at the Volkswagen Arena but is searching for a new club with his contract with Die Wolfe set to expire.
Championship club Huddersfield Town are set to sign two new goalkeepers this summer with Joe Murphy currently out of action with long term injury while on loan stopper Jed Steer will return to parent club Aston Villa at the end of the current campaign.
Town head coach David Wagner has already stated that he has identified potential summer goalkeeping targets and the German is no stranger to football back in his homeland after spending his entire playing career in Germany and coaching Borussia Dortmund’s second string side.
Max Grun has spent most of his playing career in the Bundesliga’s second tier and was a 2. Bundesliga title winner with SpVgg Greuther Furth back in 2012. As a youngster, Grun was a highly rated academy prospect with German giants Bayern Munich but was released without making a senior appearance for the club.
Huddersfield Town are currently sitting in 16th position in the Championship table after a comfortable season but excitement is building in West Yorkshire ahead of an interesting summer of recruitment at the club.