Werder Bremen is apparently working on a permanent transfer from Mitchell Weiser. Regular club Bayer Leverkusen would also accommodate green and white. The 28-year-old’s salary remains the sticking point.
Mitchell Weiser’s loan to SV Werder Bremen officially expires on June 30th. Then the 28-year-old has to go back to the regular club Bayer Leverkusen, where he is still under contract until 2023, but has no future in sport.
After a loan season at Osterdeich with ups and downs, the big question is whether Werder wants and can keep Weiser. the Deichstube assumes that the answer to this question is ‘yes’. Accordingly, the 28-year-old plays an important role in the Bundesliga plans. The transfer should already be on the home straight.
His good performances in the second half of the season are said to have been the decisive factor, when Weiser was finally able to establish himself as a regular on the right side. Good for Werder: Leverkusen should even be ready to give up the winger for free in order to remove him from the payroll.
In order to be able to realize a permanent change, according to the Deichstube but accept a significant drop in salary. In Leverkusen he is said to have collected almost four million euros a year – in Bremen that is utopian. According to the Werder portal, Weiser should feel so comfortable that “a solution seems possible”.
He also reports that he is fundamentally interested in further cooperation kicker On Sunday. However, this is a “matter of consideration”. The general conditions of a permanent change are still unclear. It is questionable whether Weiser is ready for significant salary cuts.