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Report: Bobby Wood's price tag set at $3.5 Million by Union Berlin

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United States striker Bobby Wood has made quite a name for himself this season in the 2. Bundesliga. The forward has tallied 17 goals for Union Berlin this campaign after joining them last July.

According to Bild.de, Union Berlin are already prepared to cash in on their investment after a highly productive season. They've apparently set a €3 Million price tag on Wood, which is roughly $3.5 Million.

Bundesliga side Hamburg are the team reportedly most interested in him. They've apparently listed him as their No. 1 Striker option in the summer transfer window.

After a stellar club season and with a huge spotlight on him during this summer's Copa America, it would not be surprising at all to see Wood move during this upcoming transfer window. The time is right for the 23-year-old to find a bigger challenge in his career. His stock has never been higher and it makes complete sense for both player and his current club to get a transfer done. Union Berlin get a hefty transfer fee and Wood gets a high profile move.

Hamburg aren't the only teams interested as other clubs from the Bundesliga have been linked to him. There have also been whispers of Premier League interest. We'll see how the summer transfer saga plays out and where the in-form USMNT striker ends up.

HT to mlssoccer.com