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Werder Bremen interested in Michael Gregoritsch

As reported by Weser-Kurier, cited by Kicker, Werder Bremen are interested in signing Augsburg attacker Michael Gregoritsch as a replacement for Max Kruse. The 25-year-old Austria international has a contract with the Bundesliga club until 2022 and Kicker suggest that Bremen … Read more »

Bayern Munich targeting Max Kruse as Robert Lewandowski backup

Bayern Munich are interested in signing Werder Bremen striker Max Kruse on a free transfer, according to Sport1 journalist Florian Plettenberg. With his contract expiring at the end of the season, Liverpool have also enquired about the 31-year-old while Bundesliga champions … Read more »

Werder Bremen target Real Madrid defender Álvaro Tejero

Werder Bremen will look to fuel their European ambitions next season by signing promising 22-year-old right back Álvaro Tejero, according to Deich Stube. If a deal can be struck, the Real Madrid defender is expected to arrive as a challenger … Read more »

Eintracht Frankfurt battle Tottenham Hotspur & Inter Milan for Max Kruse

Max Kruse was expected to leave the Bundesliga this summer after a fantastic campaign for Werder Bremen attracted interest from clubs around Europe. However, Deich Stube claim that Eintracht Frankfurt, potentially in need of a Luka Jović replacement, could be … Read more »

Official | Max Kruse will leave Werder Bremen at the end of the season

Werder Bremen have announced that 31-year-old forward Max Kruse will depart the Bundesliga club at the end of the season when his contract expires. The Germany international came through the youth ranks at Bremen before a transfer to St. Pauli … Read more »

Werder Bremen to make permanent move for Marco Friedl

Werder Bremen will complete the permanent signing of Bayern Munich defender Marco Friedl imminently, according to Kicker. Werder Bremen sporting director Frank Baumann: “I think we will reach an agreement over the next week.” The 21-year-old joined Florian Kohfeldt’s Bremen … Read more »
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