Bundesliga relegated Greuther Fürth has strengthened itself with a hopeful talent, where the winning gene should run in the family.
Just the father: The Greuther Fürth game association has signed Lucien Littbarski, son of World Cup legend Pierre Littbarski (62). The 19-year-old has signed a contract until 2025 and has an option for two more years included in the contract. He attracted attention in the U19s at VfL Wolfsburg, where he was involved in six goals in 18 games last season.
Great opportunity: Littbarski junior is proud: “This is my first professional contract. I am convinced that going to the game association is the right step for me. Fürth is known for the fact that young players always get their chances and can develop. I am therefore very grateful and I look forward to this task, which will certainly be instructive and challenging.”
A lot of potential: The managing director of the Kleeblättler, Rachid Azzouzi, is convinced of the offensive player: “Lucien drew attention to himself in the A-Junior Bundesliga and is a player with a lot of potential. We’ve rebuilt a reputation over the past few years, which has helped us now in bringing young and sought-after talent to the Cloverleaf.”
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