Maximilian Eggestein left his future at Werder Bremen open shortly before the start of the season. “There are no guarantees at the moment,” said the midfielder of the first division relegated.
“It’s difficult for all sides. Nobody really knows which team we’re going into the season with. It’s difficult for the club to plan, and for us players too,” said the 24-year-old. Eggestein still has a contract in Bremen until June 30, 2023.
After relegation, the Bremen team still has to generate transfer revenues. One sales candidate is Eggestein. However, it does not seem to have been the right offer yet. “It has to be right for all sides,” said Eggestein. “And I wouldn’t do everything either.”
Werder starts the new season on Saturday (8:30 p.m.) against Hannover 96. “We are well aware that our current line-up is a team that has to play at the top,” said the former international. For many, the tenor prevails: “We screwed it up last season, now we have something to straighten out,” said Eggestein. But you don’t know what the team will look like at the end of the transfer period on August 31st. “That’s why it’s difficult to name a season goal.”
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