Fifa coins - Klaassen signs for Werder Bremen
Davy Klaassen continues his career at Werder Bremen. The 25-year-old midfielder, who was on a sidetrack at Everton, will sign for the Bundesliga club for four years. According to De Telegraaf Klaassen is medically inspected in Bremen on Thursday evening or Friday morning. According to reports, the Germans pay 15 million euros for the sixteen-time Orange international, which was under contract with the 'Toffees' until mid-2022. With this transfer fee Klaassen becomes the most expensive player ever of Bremen, which has not yet confirmed the transition. A year ago, Everton paid 27 million euros to Ajax for Klaassen, who only had a starting place under trainer Ronald Koeman in his first weeks in England. After the winter break, under Koemans successor Sam Allardyce, Klaassen often did not even belong to the selection. In all he got play time in only seven Premier League matches. Delaney Due to his lack of playing time Klaassen also lost his place in the selection of the Dutch national team, which he wants to conquer at Bremen. He must succeed Thomas Delaney in the number eleven of the past Bundesliga season. The Danish international was recently sold for 20 million euros to Borussia Dortmund. Klaassen has plenty of time at Werder to get in shape for the new season. The Bundesliga will only start in a month and the first Werder match will be at Hannover 96 on Saturday 25 August.