Weiser threatens grandstand space at Bayer Leverkusen

Mitchell Weiser, who was once transferred for twelve million euros, is threatened with a season in the stands with Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen. After the right-back’s failed move to Werder Bremen, his sporting future is uncertain.

At the Champions League participant, coach Gerardo Seoane no longer plans with the 28-year-old, who signed a five-year contract with the factory club in 2018 and was once considered a great talent and promise for the future.

He and his management were informed that Weiser no longer plays a role in the sporting plans of the Leverkusen team and therefore apparently refrained from assigning him a jersey number. In any case, the player profile of the professional could initially be seen with a 00 on the club’s homepage. He no longer has a number.

Weiser was on loan from Bayer Leverkusen to Bremen last season, who would have liked to sign him. Bayer 04 would let the winger go on a free transfer, but according to media reports, he is said to be demanding a severance package that Leverkusen does not want to pay.

It is now up to Weiser “which priorities he sets,” said Managing Director Simon Rolfes. “Of course he has a better contract here than he might get in Bremen. But he knows that he can leave for free. So he has to decide between a sporting perspective and a contract,” explained Rolfes in the “Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger”. .

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