The striker goes out on loan from Spanish Alavés season. Hanover states on its website that the clubs agree.

The Express was the first to reveal that the deal was ongoing and on Friday the changeover became official. The club writes that the attacker underwent the mandatory medical examination in the morning. In the loan agreement there is an option for Hannover to buy the Swede.

Hannover 96 is in 13th place in the league, just two points above the relegation mark.