Hogg, who has 10 caps for Norway, is on loan from Eintracht Frankfurt this season. But he was not in the team in the last matches.
The last time he got a few minutes in the league was against Standard Liège on December 23.
– We are looking for a solution for it, says coach Hein Vanheisbroek, according to Stauravesa Hit Latest News.
Words fell into a press conference on Sunday. Gent had just beaten Kortrijk 2-1 and finished fifth in the standings.
The newspaper wrote that Vanheisbrouck “has indicated that he is no longer dependent on Hauge”. This means that in the cold.
The 23-year-old was very good at Bodo/Glimt before he went to Milan in 2020. He started sensationally at San Siro, but then problems set in. Hauge is sold to Eintracht Frankfurt in 2022.
He was unable to break through to the Bundesliga either. The Norwegian was loaned out to Gent in August. The goal for him was to gain experience and confidence.
According to Transfermarkt, he has played nine matches. Huge has zero goals, but five assists.
local newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau He writes that Eintracht Frankfurt is not interested in bringing Hauge back now. They are said to be looking for a new club.
– The newspaper wrote that returning to Frankfurt is not an issue.
– In Eintracht, they were surprised by the way the Belgians treated Huge. Despite doing well in rehearsals, Coach Vanheisbrouck decided to focus on his talents, she says.
– The question is why Gent borrowed the striker in the first place, the paper writes, but points to a weak autumn.
Dagbladet contacted agent Emefie Aneke Atta on Monday afternoon. In a text message, he writes about Hauge’s situation:
“JP is still on loan from Gent and has not canceled his loan there. The situation is of course not optimal in Ghent. Nothing is clear about a possible new club. So there is not much to say about that now.”
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