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US News Klaassen before the farewell game?

22:30  01 october  2020
22:30  01 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The Davy Klaassen case continues to determine the agenda at SV Werder two days before the Bundesliga home game against Arminia Bielefeld. Will it be the Dutchman's farewell game on the Weser?

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Whether Bremen's vice-captain will switch back to his home club Ajax Amsterdam in the current transfer period remains a pending case. Probably beyond Saturday. "I don't think it will be resolved in the next few days," said manager Frank Baumann at the matchday press conference on Thursday. "That's why I firmly assume that Davy will be on the field against Bielefeld."

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From a sporting point of view, this is undoubtedly good news, of course also in the opinion of coach Florian Kohfeldt: "Nothing has changed in my appreciation for Davy. We maintain a very open, transparent exchange, and I can understand his wish very, very well But I know for sure: As long as Davy is here, he will give 100 percent for Werder. I notice that in every training session, and that will still be the case if a change does not materialize. Then maybe even more. "

"As long as Davy is here, he will give 100 percent for Werder. I notice that in every training session." - Florian Kohfeldt

A sale, Baumann emphasized again, is only an option "if our financial expectations are met". These definitely include a transfer in the double-digit million range. Whether Ajax will be ready for this remains to be seen. There is general consensus that Werder would need a successor for Klaassen. "However," said Baumann, "there is no immediate connection that we would only agree to Davy's transfer if we also have a new signing. But in that case we would very, very much like to add a midfielder."

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Stöger was offered in the summer - enthusiasm within limits.

Should Klaassen's farewell turn into a last-minute deal, then only actors without a contract might remain. As is well known, these can still be committed after the transfer deadline on October 5th. For example, the ex-Düsseldorf resident Kevin Stöger, who is once again brought into conversation. One thing is clear: the 27-year-old Austrian would fit the profile pretty much. According to kicker information, Stöger was offered at Werder in the summer. The enthusiasm on the part of those responsible was noticeably limited at the time, despite the fact that there was no transfer - not only because of a lack of a position in the management.

Rashica is out, future still open

Werder would no longer have to react thanks to the current offensive line-up if (also) attacker Milot Rashica were to say goodbye. For the Kosovar, says Baumann, there are still "interested parties, but I cannot report anything on the status of the negotiations". According to kicker information, eligible clubs would first have to sell players themselves before they could strike at Rashica. Meanwhile, one thing is certain: Rashica will not play his farewell game for Werder against Arminia. After bruising his knee, he was "not yet able to play the Bundesliga again in terms of fitness," said Kohfeldt.

They want to use the upcoming international break to bring Rashica back to the appropriate level. If he is still part of the Werder squad.

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