Werder Bremen will go into negotiations with Swiss side BSC Young Boys over a potential move for Swiss winger Christian Fassnacht.
|Christian Fassnacht (right).||Photo: Олег Батрак, Football.ua CC BY-SA 3.0|
Bild reports that a decision over a possible deal will be made after the Werder Bremen vs Hansa Rostock match, and any outcome from the negotiations are still open.
Werder Bremen will go into decisive negotiations with Young Boys Bern over a potential move for Switzerland international player Christian Fassnacht after today's game against Rostock, with the outcome completely open, @BILD_Werder report. Werder don't want to pay €5m #Werder https://t.co/ijqYmr157C— Bundesliga Latest (@BL_LatestNews) August 29, 2021
The player himself is interested in a move from the Champions League participants to the German 2nd division and he has a verbal agreement with Werder, but Young Boys' sporting director Christoph Spycher does not want Fassnacht to leave.
Spycher insists that a valuation of €5m is suitable for a player of Fassnacht's quality but Werder are not willing to meet that valuation set by the Swiss club.
Fassnacht's contract with BSC Young Boys ends in 2023, and the winger notched up 10 goals in 36 league games for a Young Boys side that dominated the Swiss Super League in the 2020/21 season.