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Huddersfield ready to sign Leon Balogun on free deal

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Leon Balogun during a game heading for a nod<br />Photo: Twiter/LeonBalogun

Huddersfield is ready to sign Germany-based Super Eagles’ defender, Leon Balogun from Mainz in its first swoop for next season, reports thesun.co.uk.

Balogun, 29, is a free agent at the end of his contract and is set to join the Terriers after having talks over the move.

The Berlin-born defender plays centre half but can also turn out at full back and would join the German colony at the club.

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Meanwhile, coach David Wagner’s future is still uncertain but owner, Dean Hoyle is pressing on with his bid to get him to sign a new deal. And Hoyle will also look to appoint a German sport director.

Erik Stoffelshaus from Lokomotiv Moscow is top of their wish list.

Hoyle is a big fan of how Germans run their clubs and Wagner’s performance has only enhanced that opinion.

Nonetheless, Sunday’s 2-0 home loss against Everton left the Terriers just three points clear of the drop zone.

Cenk Tosun and Idrissa Gueye struck to leave Huddersfield sweating on a tough run-in.

They face champions Manchester City, plus Chelsea and Arsenal.


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