The CEO of Union Berlin has confirmed that the Bundesliga side are targeting Inter Milan wingback Robin Gosens.

Speaking in a press conference to kick off his team’s season, as reported by FCInterNews, Union CEO Oliver Ruhnert also made clear that Germany’s Champions League new boys won’t go beyond their financial means and would seek a loan move for Gosens.

Union Berlin are looking to make reinforcements ahead of their first ever season in the Champions League.

One of the main targets that the club from the German capital have identified is Inter wingback Gosens.

No formal offer for the 28-year-old has arrived at Inter’s door as of yet. However, Gosens are getting closer and closer to trying to make a move happen.

Gosens would represent an ambitious piece of business for the Champions League debutants.

The former Atalanta star is back with the German national team and last month played in the Champions League final.

Ruhnert has made clear that it’s true that Union are eyeing Gosens up. Though they won’t break the bank to sign him.

Meanwhile, Wolfsburg, Bournemouth, and Nottingham Forest are all reportedly also interested in Gosens.

Union Berlin CEO Confirms: Robin Gosens A Target

Asked about Gosens, Union CEO Ruhnert said that “He’s a player who just played in the Champions League final. He’s certainly a profile of interest to us.”

“But there are also other players we’re interested in,” he added.

“We’ll be playing in the Champions League, but we’re not a Champions League club,” Ruhnert admitted.

“We also have other targets in mind than Gosens,” he said. “But Gosens would be a very interesting player for us, no doubt of that.”

Ruhnert also outlined Union’s strategy to be ambitious in the transfer market. “We’ll work with loans,” he said.

“There’s no other way, that’s the way we’ve always done it.”

“We have to work within the limits of our budget and our means,” said Union CEO Ruhnert.

“We’re still a small team compared to some of the teams who have been in the Champions League for a long time,” he added.

If Inter are to sell Gosens, they’ll reportedly go after Monza’s Carlos Augusto to replace him.