Aron Johannsson’s time with Werder Bremen has been far from ideal, prompting the U.S. Men’s National Team forward to reportedly consider “different options”.
According to ESPN, Johannsson could leave the Bundesliga club in the summer if his situation does not improve. The USMNT forward has made just eight appearances this season after recovering from a lengthy injury over the summer. He has not featured in any of the club’s last four games, which have seen three the team amass 10 points.
On Monday, Werder Bremen boss Alexander Nouri stated that Johannsson needs to “work toward getting another chance” in training during the coming weeks.
Johannsson joined Werder Bremen in 2015 after signing a four-year deal, but the forward was immediately impacted by a hip injury that limited him to only six appearances in his debut season. In total, Johannson has made 14 appearances for the club, scoring three goals.