US News Saevik leaves Wolfsburg with immediate effect
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The 100th Jubilee Championship in the German ice hockey celebrated the Eisbären Berlin first Emergenced almost alone. After 2: 1 (1: 1, 1: 0, 0: 0) In the decisive third playoff finale against the Grizzly's Wolfsburg, beer showers were missing on the ranks, there were no speakers and no enthusiasm of the fans. Listening to the ice were only the cheering players, from which after the eighth Berlin championship since 1995, the entire load of the unusual Corona season dropped.
After just a few months Karina Saevik leaves the VfL Wolfsburg again and moves to Norway.
The Treaty between the VfL and the Norwegian Offensive Player continued until 30 June 2022 was dissolved in mutual agreement, as the "Wölfinnen" report on Monday. The VfL managers thus corresponded to a request of the 25-year-old, which
connects to the Norwegian first divisionalist Avaldsnes IL.
The season in the Norwegian league starts next weekend. Saevik was only changed last September by Paris Saint-Germain to the Bundesliga. She played 14 times in the Bundesliga, four times in the Champions League and twice in the DFB Cup for the VfL.
"We would have liked to have been in our team, Karina," says Ralf Kellermann, sporty head of VfL women. "At the same time, we respect their personal reasons for the desire for contract resolution. So it was obvious that after the agreement with Avaldsnes Il, we did not want to put their stones on the transfer modalities."
Ridle Baku sees "no reason" for farewell from Wolfsburg .
U21 international Ridle Baku has excluded a change in summer after his strong season at VfL Wolfsburg. © Swen Pförner / DPA feels good in Wolfsburg: Ridle Baku (L). "I feel very well in Wolfsburg and there is no reason to think about anything else," said the 23-year-old of the "Sport Image". The midfielder has a contract until mid-2025 at the Lower Saxony Football Bundesliga. "I want to deny international games now and learn from them," said Baku.