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DaMarcus Beasley's career abroad has seen him play for clubs in the Netherlands, England and Scotland, and he may soon add Germany to that list.
According to German outlet Bild, Beasley is in talks with Hannover 96 as the club looks for a replacement for injured winger Carlitos. A free agent this summer, Beasley received interest from Hannover earlier in the transfer window, but Carlitos' ACL injury has forced the club to reestablish those conversations.
Hannover is no stranger to having Americans on its roster, with Clint Mathis and Sal Zizzo having played for the club previously. U.S national team defender Steve Cherundolo, Hannover's longest-serving player, is currently the club's captain.
What do you think of Beasley possibly playing for Hannover? Is the team/league a good fit? Think Cherundolo is putting in some good words?
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