Huntelaar: Schalke's last bullet

The Dutch hunter plans to hang up his boots this summer and Schalke has already set to work to convince him to end his career in Germany.


Schalke 04 are beginning to believe in permanence after winning their first victory after a total of 30 consecutive games without winning and, for this, they consider strengthening themselves with Klaas-Jan Huntelaar in this winter market. According to the German newspaper Bild, the former Real Madrid striker who now plays in the ranks of Ajax would have already entered into first conversations with the club in which he played from 2010 to 2017 (he scored 126 goals in 240 games) and would see with good eyes to return to a team of which he continues to keep fond memories. Those from Gelsenkirchen, too. And they want him to make a difference in a team that fears the worst by reaching the penultimate position of the table in the Bundesliga.

The Dutch hunter plans to hang up his boots this summer and Schalke has already got down to work to convince him to put an end to his award-winning career by doing his bit to save the miners. Huntelaar would be the second renowned reinforcement in western Germany after the incorporation of another former S04 player such as Sead Kolasinac, a player owned by Aresenal, on loan. Huntelaar's future now depends on club negotiations and Ajax being willing to part with a 37-year-old striker who has five goals so far in the Eredivisie. It may be the last bullet from a Schalke who, despite their recent 4-0 win against Hoffenheim, remains in the relegation places.

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