Saudi Arabia club Al-Wehda FC have submitted an offer to sign Werder Bremen’s Marvin Ducksch, according to Sky Germany. The German forward has a contract at Bremen until 2024.
Ducksch would have been allowed to leave Werder Bremen for just €7.5m due to an exit clause in his contract, but this expired on June 15. Per Sky’s report, Al-Wehda FC reportedly offered €12m to sign the 29-year-old.
However, according to DeichStube, Ducksch has already turned down the lucrative offer from the Saudi Pro League club as he has a preference to remain in Germany. Werder Bremen have already made an offer to extend Ducksch’s contract beyond 2024 by a further year, but the player is holding out for a longer contract.
Ducksch scored 12 and created seven in 34 Bundesliga appearances last season for Werder Bremen, helping them secure their status for another season.
Per Sky, one option for Ducksch would be to go into the coming season with just one-year remaining on his current deal, allowing him to leave on a free transfer in 2024.
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