Sport sports director Azzouzi excludes departure to Schalke in summer

12:55  23 february  2021
12:55  23 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The Fürth sports director Rachid Azzouzi, allegedly courted by FC Schalke 04, has ruled out a move to the top division in the summer. The 50-year-old still has a contract with the Franconian candidate for promotion until the end of June 2022 and wants to stay. «I am happy that I can work here. I am proud to be here in Fürth, »said Azzouzi on TV channel Sky after the Fürth 2-1 (1: 1) on Monday evening in the 2nd Bundesliga against Holstein Kiel.

er angeblich vom FC Schalke 04 umworbene Fürther Sportchef Azzouzi hat einen Wechsel im Sommer zum Noch-Erstligisten ausgeschlossen. © Daniel Karmann / dpa / archive image he allegedly wooed by FC Schalke 04 sports director Azzouzi from Fürth has ruled out a move to the top division in the summer.

He had not received a request from the tail light Schalke. "There was a conversation at some point, but a long time ago, but that was under Jochen Schneider, that was really a long time ago," Azzouzi admitted. At that time, however, he had signed a new contract with the current second division table runner-up in Fürth and "known the club".

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