Surprising turnaround on the Weser: Werder Bremen refrains from transferring Bayern Munich’s Sarpreet Singh. Because the New Zealander is apparently not able to play in the next few months.
burst! All sides actually agreed: Werder Bremen should transfer 400,000 euros to Bayern for Sarpreet Singh. But now the transfer has burst according to information from the “kicker”. The reason: the New Zealander is plagued by a pubic bone infection. That’s why Singh traveled from his home country to Bremen on Thursday to have the injury extensively examined.
Short, compact, clear
The diagnosis: Singh will be out for another three to four months. The green-white promoted team, who need immediate support in the coming season, are therefore now refraining from the transfer. The obligatory medical check-up doesn’t even happen.
Long break: The 23-year-old, who hasn’t been on the pitch since April, will remain on Säbener Straße for the time being for rehab. In the past season, Singh was loaned to SSV Jahn Regensburg. There he made 27 appearances, in which he contributed six goals and nine assists.