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FC Schalke 04 apparently bans youngsters from changing

With Ahmed Kutucu, who was loaned out to SV Sandhausen by the Turkish club Istanbul Basaksehir until the end of the season, a former FC Schalke 04 talent is already appearing for the competition. Another could follow with Florian Flick. However, the royal blues are probably cross.

According to information from “Bild”, Flick is considering a change of scenery. Accordingly, talks with the Schalke bosses are to be held in the coming weeks. A loan for the rest of the season is conceivable.

Flick was about to leave Gelsenkirchen last summer. Allegedly, 1. FC Nuremberg, SV Darmstadt 98 and unnamed clubs from Belgium were on the 21-year-old midfielder’s turn. The interest could now sprout again.

However, FC Schalke 04 will not give up Flick in winter, reports the “WAZ“. Coach Dimitrios Grammozis should think a lot of the hope of youngsters.

Last season, Flick was part of the young guns who earned their first merits in professional football. In the final stages of the Bundesliga season he made four appearances and even scored one goal.

With the transfer of Victor Pálsson, however, Flick increasingly took a back seat. In the current second division season, the youngster has made 13 appearances, but he was only allowed to play six times from the start.

Kutucu has already turned his back on Schalke

Ahmed Kutucu had already left FC Schalke 04 last summer due to a lack of prospects. The striker joined Turkish club Basaksehir. According to information from “WAZ”, the miners received a fee of 600,000 euros for the attacker.

But even in Istanbul, Kutucu only got a little playing time. He has only played four competitive games (one goal) for the 2020 champions since the start of the season.

On Wednesday, SV Sandhausen then announced the loan deal. The 21-year-old is the third SVS signing during the winter break after midfielder Nils Seufert from SpVgg Greuther Fürth and defender Dario Dumic from Twente Enschede.

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