Attacking midfielder Jeremy Dudziak--a veteran of both Hamburg clubs--was conspicuously absent from the HSV's bench squad during Friday evening's "Stadt-derby" at the Millerntor-Stadion.
The "Hamburger Morgenpost" divulged that the 25-year-old was negotiating with a "top-tier club".
On Saturday morning, Germany's main sporting tabloid reported that this club is in fact the newly promoted SpVgg Greuther Fürth.
German youth/Tunisian international Jeremy Dudziak moved to the ranks of the HSV expendables under the new coaching regime of Tim Walter. It appears as if the club has found a taker in the top division in the form of a club they have already concluded some business with this summer.
Germany's "Bild-Zeitung" reports that the 25-year-old will join former HSV teammate Gideon Jung at the newly promoted SpVgg Greuther Fürth. Dudziak--a NRW native who played in both the Schalke and Dortmund academies--has put together a stellar 2. Bundesliga career for himself in the city-state of Hamburg.
In four seasons with cross-town rivals FC St. Pauli and two further campaigns with "Der Dino", Dudiak has tallied nine times in 146 competitive league appearances. He netted four goals and contributed another 11 assists in the last two years with the HSV.