Report: Wolfsburg want Jhon Cordoba as replacement for Arsenal and Newcastle target Jhon Cordoba[/b]

According to Wolfsburger Nachrichten, Wolfsburg have already identified Koln striker Jhon Cordoba as a possible replacement for Wout Weghorst soccer tip.[/b]
It’s claimed that sporting director Jorg Schmadtke is leading the interest in Cordoba, which is no great surprise given their history.[/b]
Schmadtke led Koln’s transfers from 2013 to 2017, and brought Cordoba to Wolfsburg in 2017, months before resigning from his post.[/b]
The Colombian has smashed 34 goals in his last two seasons, and is now being eyed up for a move to Wolfsburg in case Weghorst goes.[/b]
Bild reported at the end of June that Arsenal and Newcastle United both want to sign Weghorst, with a €35million (£32million) price tag on his head.[/b]
Weghorst has hit 20 goals this season and 18 last term, whilst 12 assists in his two years at Wolfsburg mean he has racked up 50 goal contributions.[/b]
The giant target man is a dangerous aerial threat, and his huge frame and physicality make him ideal for English football best free soccer prediction.[/b]
With Wolfsburg eyeing replacements, Arsenal and Newcastle may have real encouragement that they can sign the 27-year-old this summer – but may not be too happy with that price tag.[/b]