Janko and Ramos battle for Twente Enschede move

Red Bull Salzburg star Mark Janko has been linked with a move to Dutch champions Twente Enschede.The 26-year-old striker is considering leaving the club he joined five years ago after falling out with coach Huub Stevens.Janko criticised the Dutchman’s training methods and his way of dealing with people in an interview weeks ahead of last season’s decision. But Stevens hit back at Janko and accused him of acting unprofessionally.The squabblers recently reconciled as the “Bulls” started their preparation for next season, but pundits expect Janko to press on with his aim to play for a top foreign club.Janko became a target for clubs in Spain, Germany and England after scoring 39 goals in the 2008/2009 season. But the former Admira player decided to extend his contract at Red Bull until 2013 to show his gratitude towards bosses for not letting him down after a serious injury.Now Janko’s agents confirmed having met Twente bosses for talks.Michel Preud’homme’s team is currently looking for a replacement for Marko Arnautovic. The Austrian national team striker signed up with German Bundesliga giants Werder Bremen after one year on loan at Italian champs Inter.Twente reportedly received around seven million Euros in the Arnautovic deal.The value of Janko – who captains the Austrian national team – is estimated at around five million Euros.German newspapers meanwhile report Twente have also set their sights on Colombian ace Adrian Ramos who wanted to leave Hertha BSC Berlin after the club was relegated from the German Bundesliga.Twente are ready to offer up to six million Euros for the 24-year-old striker.Rapid Vienna, who finished the season in third, meanwhile said Thomas Hinum will join them from bankrupt relegated side Austria Kärnten.The 22-year-old midfielder signed a three-year deal at the team of Peter Pacult who are currently holding a running training camp in the Styrian spa of Bad Radkersburg.Rapid bosses announced previously that LASK Linz midfielder Christoph Saurer, Sturm Graz defender Mario Sonnleitner and SV Ried striker Atdhe Nuhiu will join next season.Montenegrin Branko Boskovic today revealed which club he will join after revealing recently he will not stay at Rapid. The 29-year-old said he agreed with bosses at US American Major League Soccer (MLS) side D.C. United over a transfer.Croat striker Nikica Jelavic and Austrian midfielder Veli Kavlak may also leave Rapid as several high-profile clubs across Europe have set their sights on the team’s stars.The 2010/2011 Austrian Bundesliga season starts on the weekend of 17 July, but Red Bull are set to enter the qualification stage for the UEFA Champions League the previous weekend. Rapid and vice champions Austria Vienna are due to play in the UEFA Europa League at the same time.