Hamburg are keeping tabs on their on-loan Leeds striker Pierre-Michel Lasogga and say he could be in the Bundesliga club’s future plans next season, report the Yorkshire Evening Post.
Pierre-Michel Lasogga has impressed so far on his season-long loan in the Championship, scoring three goals in six appearances.
Todt told the Hamburger Morgenpost: “If Pierre plays a good season he could also play a role (at Hamburg) with a lot of fresh self-confidence.”
Lasogga moved to Leeds on a season-long loan in August after being told that he would not feature in the plans of Hamburg head coach Markus Gisdol.
As many as four strikers are in front of Lasogga at the Volksparkstadion and Hamburg’s insistence on moving Lasogga on saw them agree to subsidise around 75 per cent of his salary as part of their deal with Leeds.
Hamburg have scored just four times in seven games this season and are third from bottom in the Bundesliga.