The tablecloth between Max Kruse and VfL Wolfsburg is irrevocably cut. Nevertheless, the attacker will not terminate his contract prematurely. Kruse may even sit out his working paper in the Autostadt.
If it were up to VfL Wolfsburg, Max Kruse's contract would rather be terminated yesterday than today. Discussions about a premature end to the employment relationship should be held during the international break. According to the picture, however, Kruse won't do that. The decision for the former national player should be clear: Kruse will not terminate his contract. That means: either the 34-year-old finds a new club in January or stays on the payroll of VfL until the end of the season. Bad news for Wolfsburg, which Kruse is handsomely rewarded for. The attacker himself does not want to stress about his decision. "I'll deal with my future as soon as January approaches," said Kruse on the sidelines of Claudio Pizarro's farewell game. A change to the American MLS should be interesting for Kruse, Los Angeles FC recently expressed public interest.
This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as a decision: Max Kruse will not leave Wolfsburg early.