Offbeat Club extends with Klandt - Lukse has to go
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Planning security for two substitute goalkeepers of 1. FC Nürnberg: While Andreas Lukse will be leaving the club in the summer, the contract with Patric Klandt was extended.
The contracts of the two goalkeepers each expire in the summer, and sports director Dieter Hecking has only extended one - that of Klandt. The 37-year-old, who moved from SC Freiburg to Nuremberg in 2018, will start his fourth season at the club in July. The FCN did not provide any information about the contract period.
The 33-year-old Austrian Lukse, on the other hand, will leave the FCN after two years in the summer. "It was important to us to give both of them planning security at an early stage. It was also clear that we could not extend both contracts," said Hecking on Wednesday.
Klandt fully accepted the role as the third goalkeeper behind Christian Mathenia and Christian Früchtl. "This is what he will wear in the coming season," said Hecking.
Bayern loan from Früchtl (contract in Munich until 2022), on the other hand, who actually wanted to gain match practice with the club, should not be satisfied with the role of the substitute keeper. The 21-year-old's loan ends in summer 2021.
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