Bundesliga club Werder Bremen was able to keep most of the squad together in the summer. But of course there were also departures on the Weser. How are you doing at the moment? An overview.
The former Werder captain did not extend his contract with the Green-Whites last summer and moved to Antalyaspor in Turkey on a free transfer. Things initially went well for the central defender there, he was seeded. But since mid-August, Toprak has been absent due to an unknown injury.
The central defender moved from Bremen to Legia Warsaw for 1.2 million euros via a purchase option. There, the Pole is back after an injury in the first few games and has played the full 90 minutes in the last two league games.
Beste switched to second division club 1. FC Heidenheim in the summer for a rumored €350,000. There he is currently doing what he stopped doing last season: collecting scorer points. As outside players, the best have so far had four goals after nine games. Last season there were nine scorers in 26 games in Regensburg, where he played on loan.
The right-back left Werder for Austria in the summer. There the Italian is under contract with Austria Klagenfurt. The 23-year-old also played in the first four Bundesliga games. However, he has been absent for a few weeks due to an adductor injury.
The 23-year-old switched to third division promoted VfB Oldenburg in the summer. There, the outside player does not stand out with strong performances, but is a regular player. He got two scorers in nine games.
Kebba Badije: The 23-year-old switched to third division promoted VfB Oldenburg in the summer. There, the outside player does not stand out with strong performances, but is a regular player. He got two scorers in nine games.
This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as Toprak and Co.: This is how it works with Werder departures.