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Max Kruse reveals talks with FC Bayern and BVB

Max Kruse’s winter move from Union Berlin to VfL Wolfsburg was certainly a topic of conversation. The striker star now answered questions from his fans, not only justifying his move to the relegation battle, but also revealing talks with FC Bayern and BVB.

One day before the deadline day, VfL Wolfsburg announced the return of Max Kruse. Quite unexpectedly, the striker was one of the top performers at Union Berlin and played a splendid season with the Köpenickers with a tendency towards the Champions League.

The fact that the transfer took place at the last minute, “I’m sorry too, I can’t change it,” Kruse explained in his Twitch stream, where he answered fans’ questions.

Three reasons were decisive for his signature in the Autostadt: “The financial, the chapter that I still have open in Wolfsburg and that I don’t have a new contract in the summer [bei Union] would have signed.” However, the latter was independent of the offer from VfL, “there were other reasons”.

Mercenaries or money vultures? Wolfsburg star Kruse is “Latte”

Kruse, who signed a “highly paid contract” in Wolfsburg, meanwhile “it doesn’t matter whether you call me a mercenary or a vulture”. The salary plays a role in the autumn of his career. He wants to play football until he is 35, i.e. about two more years. In Wolfsburg, the 33-year-old received a working paper for an initial period of 18 months with the option of a further year of contract.

In the course of his career, the attacker went on the hunt for goals for SC Freiburg, Gladbach, Werder Bremen, Union Berlin and now for the second time for VfL Wolfsburg. However, three-time German internationals never played for the biggest clubs in the country, FC Bayern and Borussia Dortmund.

A concrete change to one of the top clubs was never in the room, even if there were “talks” with BVB. But that was a little longer ago. With regard to Bayern, Kruse also admitted that there was contact, “it wasn’t really an offer.” He did not reveal the time of the possible change.

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