German professional Robin Gosens still dreams of moving to Bundesliga club FC Schalke 04, but has doubts about the economic feasibility and the sporting appeal in the Corona crisis. “I’ve always said that Schalke is my heart club. The people in charge there spoke of a restart, and if you could somehow be involved in building up Schalke, it would still be awesome to be allowed to play at such a clubSaid the 26-year-old, who plays for the Italian Serie A club Atalanta Bergamo Sport1.
It is not clear whether Gosens, who is also watched by national coach Joachim Low, who is ranked third in Serie A with Bergamo and in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, will even change this summer due to a contract that runs until 2022. “I find it extremely difficult to answer this question. Also because the corona virus has caused insecurity in all clubs“, Said the defensive player:” If you are associated with certain top international clubs, it’s crazy for now. And it still creates a bit of disbelief that you have the quality to be able to play with such clubs. “The Bundesliga is his long-term goal.