By Peter Weis@PeterVicey

Reports: Bremen set to sign Belgian international, four SV outs possible before deadline

Germany's main sporting tabloid and Bremen's "Deichstube" website both report that Werder Bremen are poised to pick up Belgian international Olivier Deman. 

In other Werder-related transfer news, Other German footballing media sources suggest that, before the transfer deadline comes, Niclas Füllkrug and Ilia Gruev may not be the only confirmed outs at the city-state club.
SV Werder Bremen have evidently found located their preferred replacement for the departed Lee Buchanan. Recently capped Belgian international Olivier Deman of Belgium's Cercle Brugge is reportedly about to join the Hanseaten as a competitor (and possible displacer) of Anthony Jung at the left wingback position. The 23-year-old is considered to be an ideal fit for Ole Werner's preferred 3-5-2 system.

Deman currently maintains an estimated market worth of €3 million in the latest transfermarkt listings. The cash-strapped city-state club looks to have some money in their coffers after at least two departures are confirmed today. Niclas Füllkrug's move to Dortmund is likely to net SV some €15 million. Additionally, the latest on Ilia Gruev's move to Leeds (according to the "Deichstube" website) is that the Bulgarian will earn Bremen about €5 million.

Bremen are known to be shopping Scottish striker Oliver Burke for a small sum. Germany's Kicker Magazine also reports that young striker Nick Woltemade may be headed back to Elversberg for a reasonable loan fee. It's not inconceivable that Bremen will make a splash on the transfer market before tomorrow's deadline hits once their inlays come through.

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