Liverpool transfers: Lars Stindl going nowhere, says Hannover chief
Hannover president Martin Kind rules out Lars Stindl exit
Hannover 96 president Martin Kind has insisted that midfielder Lars Stindl won’t leave the club before the end of the season.
The 26-year-old has been linked with a move to Liverpool in the current transfer window as Brendan Rodgers looks to bring in reinforcements to Anfield.
We will not let him go this winter
The Reds are on the hunt for a long-term replacement for captain Steven Gerrard, who will leave Anfield to join the MLS at the end of the season.
But Hannover chief Kind has told the 18-time English champions to forget about signing Stindl.
“In any eventuality, we will not let him go this winter,” Kind told Bild.
Stindl has made 141 appearances and scored 16 goals in the Bundesliga for Hannover since joining from Karlsruher SC in 2010.
The German has become an integral part of his side’s midfield and is best known for his quick movement and his ability to take on opponents.
The playmaker has made seven appearances, scoring three goals and providing two assists, after being moved into a more advanced role in the middle of the pitch following his return from injury.