Bayer Leverkusen's Rene Adler to join Hamburg in summer on free transfer - report

The Germany international has allegedly agreed terms with HSV and will leave his current club on a Bosman move in the summer after losing his place in Robin Dutt's side
Goalkeeper Rene Adler appears to be on his way out of Bayer Leverkusen at the end of the season, and has reportedly reached an agreement with Hamburg over a move in the summer, Sport Bild reports.

HSV are in the market for a new keeper as they are thought to be disappointed with the performances of Jaroslav Drobny between the sticks, and head coach Thorsten Fink sees the 27-year-old Adler as the perfect signing.

The glovesman has lost his starting berth at Leverkusen to Bernd Leno after a serious knee injury, and is keen to re-launch his career elsewhere.

Adler has an expiring contract with Leverkusen and talks over a new deal broke down earlier this season.

Therefore, he is expected to leave the club on a Bosman move at the end of the 2011-12 campaign, and Hamburg are expected to officially announce the capture of Adler in the coming days.