“It looks like – it is not yet stipulated so far – the Janik is most likely leaving the club and is looking for a new challenge,” said Christian Streich last Thursday: “This is okay. He played here for many years. He worked fully for us and we were fully committed to him. “
- also interested in Cologne, Mainz and Schalke – Union is probably making the race
- before reunion with Heintz
also interested in Cologne, Mainz and Schalke – Union is probably making the race
In the future, Haberer will work for another club and will probably stay in the Bundesliga. For a long time, among other things, Bochum seemed promising in the race to be the 2017 U-21 European champion. For VfL, the midfielder had completed 33 missions as a rental of TSG Hoffenheim in the 2015/16 second division season, and had also performed as a scorer with three goals and five assists.
There were talks with those responsible for VfL about a possible return. But as the Thursday learned from the Bochum environment, the club ultimately had to accept a cancellation because Haberer wanted to open a whole new chapter. While, according to Thursday information, Cologne, Mainz and Schalke were interested in Haberer, the signs that the 28-year-old are moving to the capital are now condensed.
before reunion with Heintz
A move to 1. FC Union Berlin, whose 4-1 triumph in Freiburg Haberer followed on Saturday, should be imminent at short notice. Haberer would meet his long-time team-mate Dominique Heintz, who had already moved from Breisgau to Berlin-Köpenick in winter. Haberer has played 169 competitive games for the sports club since 2016 and scored 13 goals.