VfL Wolfsburg likely to extend the contract of Felix Nmecha

According to Kicker, VfL Wolfsburg are likely to extend the contract of promising talent Felix Nmecha. The 22-year-old is one of the club’s top scorers this season and solidified a starting position before the World Cup break. 

Felix describes his current situation: “I’m very happy, that’s what I always try to be. I’ve had difficult times and I knew that things would get better if I didn’t lose my faith. I want to score as many points as possible, so I don’t set any limits.”

Along with brother Lukas, the duo have been mentioned in connection with future Germany squads. At Euro 2024, Germany will have several new players from a younger generation. Feliz admits: “My goal is to play in the senior national team like Lukas,” he says. “To be on the pitch with him is a dream.”

Felix spent much of his youth growing up in England and came through the academy at Manchester City before moving back to Germany. After plenty of changes at youth level between England and Germany, Felix is concentrating on a career with Die Mannschaft. 

Currently, Felix’s contract runs until 2024 but also includes an automatic extension depending on appearances which would keep the youngster at Wolfsburg until 2025. It’s clear that everyone at Wolfsburg thinks highly of Felix Nmecha. Should he one day become a regular in the national team alongside brother Lukas, VfL could have two of the country’s existing players in their roster. 

GGFN | Jamie Allen

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