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Aron Johannsson hoping to stay in Germany as Werder Bremen departure appears imminent

Aron Johannsson isn’t happy with his situation at Werder Bremen.

The American international striker was an unused substitute for Bremen’s 3-0 German Cup victory over Würzburger Kickers on Saturday afternoon and he spoke out about his status at the club this week. 

It was a clear signal that I do not get a chance here anymore,” he said on Tuesday, according to DeichStube, “but as it looks, I’m no longer wanted here. This makes me very disappointed and makes me sad. “

The forward has only made 15 total appearance in two seasons in Germany since arriving from AZ Alkmaar.

“I’d like to stay in Germany,” he added. “I don’t know what will happen. I only know that I need to play and I am no longer able to do that in Bremen.”


    • I believe Bremen would have to give him his release making him a free agent and then LA would have to trade with Columbus for the allocation spot and LA would have to somehow find the money to pay him which wouldn’t be cheap.

  1. With a new agent in place I would expect a move soon. All these last minute transfers intrigue and boggle me? Especially considering there was an entire summer to organize clubs and agents to seek transfers.


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