Niclas Füllkrug is said to have turned down an initial contract extension offer from Werder Bremen.
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According to Sport Bild, Werder offered Füllkrug a contract until 2026, which would have seen the striker earn €3 million per year.
So far, the striker has been earning €2.5 million a year, including bonuses. However, as of July 1, the sum has reportedly been contractually reduced by 15 percent.
Füllkrug, whose current contract expires in 2025, has been linked with a move away from the club, with Italian sides believed to be among his suitors.
He has also recently been touted as a possible replacement for the long-term injured Patrik Schick at Bayer Leverkusen.