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Transfer news: Sarpreet Singh from Jahn Regensburg is about to move to SV Werder Bremen. © imago images / students

Bremen – SV Werder Bremen has already signed three players for the new season in the Bundesliga, and now the promoted team is about to make their fourth transfer. According to information from the DeichStube, the New Zealand offensive player Sarpreet Singh will switch to the Osterdeich.

During a charity event organized by the Florian Wellmann Foundation, Werder boss Klaus Filbry announced on Wednesday evening that a new player for the attack very soon Werder Bremen is presented. “We’ll have another one shortly transfer announce, this time in the offensive area. We have a very exciting, creative player who will come to us,” said the 55-year-old, without naming a name. It is now clear that Filbry is over Sarpreet Singh spoke.

The 23-year-old was on loan from FC Bayern Munich for SSV Jahn Regensburg in the second division last season and played against in the first leg Werder Bremen with a goal and a submission operated advertising on their own behalf. Total came Sarpreet Singh played 25 games for Regensburg last season, scored five goals and prepared eight. Values ​​that make the offensive all-rounder extremely interesting for Werder. Singh, who can play on both flanks and also in midfield, missed the last games of the season with a pubic arthritis, from which he is currently recovering.

Werder Bremen transfers: Sarpreet Singh shortly before moving to SVW

The one-year loan to Regensburg ends on June 30, but Singh will not return to Bayern. There is talk of that Werder Bremen will commit the New Zealander, whose contract in Munich runs until 2023. was in Munich Sarpreet Singh mainly played for the second team, but also played in two Bundesliga games for the record champions in the 2019/20 season – including against Werder.

2019 was Sarpreet Singh moved from New Zealand to Bayern, a year later a six-month loan to 1. FC Nürnberg (twelve competitive games) followed, which was followed by a loan to Regensburg in the summer of 2021. Now it’s up to the New Zealand international (nine appearances) at SV Werder Bremen further. (dco/kni)

Regarding the previous report from June 8, 2022:

Offensive man approaching: Werder Bremen boss Klaus Filbry announces imminent transfer

Bremen – Now everything should go very quickly! Of the SV Werder Bremen is known to plan Obligation an additional offensive player – and club boss Klaus Filbry made it clear on Wednesday evening during a charity event organized by the Florian Wellmann Foundation in the VIP area of ​​the Wohninvest Weserstadion that it was no longer a question of whether Bremen would be on the transfer market strike, but when. And that should be the case very soon.

“We’ll have another one shortly transfer announce, this time in the offensive area,” announced Klaus Filbry during an interview on stage. “We have a very exciting, creative player who will come to us.” The 55-year-old did not want to reveal a name, according to information from DeichStube However, it is not about Hoffenheim attacker Sargis Adamyan, in which the club is said to be interested, according to “Bild”. and Werder Bremen plans further reinforcements. “We will certainly do one or the other and work to ensure that we have a very good squad together,” emphasized Filbry. “But I would also like to emphasize that we already have a very good squad. We got promoted with this and now it’s about strengthening him selectively.” The offensive approach should be the next piece of the puzzle in coach Ole Werner’s team.

Offensive man approaching: Werder-Bremen boss Klaus Filbry announces imminent transfer

During the event of Florian Wellmann Foundationwhich was dedicated to the “ICF Cambodia” project that evening Klaus Filbry again the opportunity to present the participation in the “Common Goal” movement. Werder Bremen recently announced that it was the first German professional club to join the movement and that it would in future donate one percent of its ticket and sponsorship income to certified social projects in football. (mbü/kni)

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