The centre-back is considering a move to Die Alte Dame, having struggled for regular game time at Dutch giants PSV Eindhoven.
Following a summer transfer to The Red and Whites last year, the 23-year-old made 19 Eredivisie outings, involving just nine starts, in season 2017-18.
Initially willing to fight for his place this season, Luckassen, Goal can reveal, has begun looking for a possible exit after talks with the club following their pre-season friendly against Spanish outfit Valencia on July 28.
The Dutch side, though, are not keen on letting him go, but the defender’s interest in a move away has forced The Red and Whites to begin considering a possible loan option.
Hertha Berlin looks like his next destination, with Die Alte Dame looking to bolster their defence as the Bundesliga kicks off on Friday.
Negotiations have reached an advanced stage, according to reports, and a deal could be announced in the coming days.
He maintains his doors are open to the Black Stars as much as they are to Oranje.
He is younger brother of Almere City striker Kevin Luckassen.