During the corona pandemic, amateur football is at a standstill, the ball is resting in the regional league and nobody knows how things will continue. However, that does not prevent Werder Bremen from planning the future. Now the club has announced the first new signing for the U23 for the next season.
The 19 year old Tom Berger comes from the league competitor VfL Wolfsburg II, shared Werder Bremen on Tuesday with. “Tom Berger is a player who will help us in the central midfield,” explains Björn Schierenbeck, head of Werder’s performance center, in a club announcement. “In Wolfsburg, he proved that he has great potential. We saw that at the last meeting last year. “
U23 newcomer Tom Berger wants to become a professional at Werder Bremen
Berger is a U-national player and was last used in November 2019 for the German U19s. For VfL Wolfsburg II he played in seven games in the current regional league season, his first season in the men’s division, before the season was interrupted. At Werder Bremen he sets high goals. His dream is of course the Bundesliga.
“I’m really looking forward to the new challenge and can’t wait to start in the summer,” says Tom Berger. “ The discussions with those responsible made the decision very easy for me from the start. I am convinced of the path that Werder is taking with young players and will do everything possible to join the list of players who became professionals at SVW. ”(Han) Also interesting: Talents in hibernation – like Werder Bremen Looking after young players in lockdown.
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