Ghana’s Daniel Kofi Kyereh has left the Black Stars camp in Japan to discuss a potential transfer move to Germany
The technical team and management of the team permitted the midfielder to fly from the camp to focus on his new move.
The report indicates that German clubs Borrusia Mochengladbch, Werder Bremen, and Freiburg are chasing the St. Pauli star ahead of the next season.
As confirmed by Hamburger Abdendblatt, Kyereh has already negotiated with the gaffers of SC Freiburg, who will be competing in next season’s Europa League.
“The fact is: He still has a contract with us until 2023. The fact is: I’m planning with him. The fact is: He feels very comfortable with us,” St.Pauli coach Timo Schultz told SportBild.
“But I’ve been in the business long enough and I know that there are always bigger and more solvent clubs that also buy players from us.”
“Of course, we also discussed the expiring contracts within the squad. I think you have to be professional enough to get away from the situation. We want to get maximum success. Everything else will hopefully be clarified as soon as possible.”
Born in Germany to a Ghanaian father and a German mother, Kofi decided to represent Ghana at the national. He made his debut in September last year in a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier game against Ethiopia.
The team is currently in Japan for a four-nation tournament featuring Japan, Tunisia, Chile, and Ghana but the 27-yead-old midfielder will miss the competition due to his move to Germany to discuss a potential transfer move.