Bobby Wood has joined Hamburger SV from Union Berlin for a fee in the region of 3.5 million euros in July 2016. The 24 year-old has a valid contract with Hamburger SV until the June 2020.
Since his arrival from Union Berlin, Bobby Wood has scored nine goals in 24 games for Hamburger SV in all competition this season.
Bobby Wood has also represented United States at Under-20 and Under-23 level, winning seven caps across all age groups and scoring four goals. Since August 2013, Wood is a member of United States national football team, winning 25 and scoring seven goals.
The 24-year-old is considered to be one of the brightest prospects in the USA.
The United States international has been in fantastic form for Hamburger SV this season.
Bobby Wood has been long term target of Slaven Bilic and Jurgen Klopp as the managers look to bolster their attacking options for the next season.
Euro Football Rumours understood that Wood has buyout clauses in his contract. If Hamburg SV are relegated this season, the United States international can leave for a fee in the region of 5 million euros, while if Hamburg SV are not relegated, Bobby Wood can still be signed form any team for a fee in the region of 12 million euros.
West Ham United and Liverpool aren’t the only ones who are reportedly interested in the 24-year-old. Everton and Leicester City are also thought to be tracking him.
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