It’s only a matter of time before Jordan Morris signs with Werder Bremen, according to the German club’s sporting director.
Speaking to German outlet Weser-Kurier, Werder Bremen official Thomas Eichin said it’s not a matter of “if” Morris will sign with the Bundesliga side but “when.” Gauge also says that Morris fits the needs of the club.
Morris flew to Germany to train with Werder Bremen following the conclusion of the MAC Hermann Trophy award ceremony on Jan. 8. He then provided an assist in the club’s friendly win against Inter Baku of Azerbaijan on Friday.
Following the friendly, the 21-year-old striker chose to travel back to Bremen with the team to extend his training.
Morris has been offered the largest Homegrown contract in the history of MLS by the Seattle Sounders, which hold the player’s MLS rights.
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