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Sport Baumann protects Rashica: “Nothing to do with listlessness”

12:20  20 october  2020
12:20  20 october  2020 Source:   tagesspiegel.de

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Werder Bremen's sports director Frank Baumann has defended striker Milot Rashica after his failed move to Bayer Leverkusen against accusations of listlessness. “If you want to see something there, you can interpret it. I don't see it that way at all. There are reasons why it didn't come into play. This definitely has nothing to do with listlessness. I rule that out, ”said Baumann to the Bremen“ Weser Kurier ”.

Werders Milot Rashica jubelt über ein Tor. © Carmen Jaspersen / dpa / archive image Werder's Milot Rashica cheers over a goal.

The 24-year-old Rashica would have liked to move to Leverkusen on the last day of the transfer deadline, but a loan deal between the two Bundesliga clubs did not materialize. In his first appearance for Werder after the failed transfer, the Kosovo international was substituted on Saturday in a 1-1 draw against SC Freiburg in the second half. Two teammates then asked him to be more committed on the pitch.

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