Werder boss Frank Baumann has admitted that Milot Rashica is likely to leave the club this summer amid interest from the likes of AC Milan, RB Leipzig and Hertha BSC.
|Milot Rashica (middle).||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Sven Sonntag|
Werder Bremen boss Frank Baumann is aware that Milot Rashica's future probably lies away from the Weserstadion.
Rashica has been heavily linked with a summer exit, with reports claiming that clubs such as AC Milan, RB Leipzig and Hertha BSC are interested in his signature.
And speaking ahead of Werder Bremen's Bundesliga clash with FC Köln on Saturday, club boss Frank Baumann admitted that the highly-rated 23-year-old will probably be leaving the club this summer.
"He wants to say a proper goodbye," Baumann said on Friday, according to Fussballtransfers, and added:
"It's no secret that Milot has aroused the interest of other clubs. After all, there has been a lot of speculation in the last few days. If a club has a concrete interest in him, we'll get together and find a solution."
With just one game left to play this season, Werder Bremen sit 17th in the Bundesliga table, two points behind Fortuna Düsseldorf in the relegation play-off spot.
Should the Green-Whites go down, Rashica's €38 million release clause will shrink to just €15 million, according to reports.