By Rune Gjerulff@runegjerulff

Report: Werder set minimum price for Ducksch

Werder Bremen are reportedly valuing Marvin Ducksch at over €10 million.

 

Marvin Ducksch is once again being linked with a move away from Werder Bremen, but the Green and Whites won't let him go on the cheap.

According to Sport Bild, Werder want a fee in excess of 10 million to let the 30-year-old striker go this summer.

Up until 15 June, interested clubs could have made use of a €7.5 million release clause in his contract.

However, as that clause has now expired, Werder will not be able to negotiate a fee should a club be interested in signing the striker.

Ducksch was directly involved in an impressive 22 goals (12 goals, 10 assists) for Werder last season.

Nottingham Forest were touted as suitors for his signature back in May, but the links haven't intensified since then.

Ducksch, who has a contract with Werder until 2026, made his debut for Germany in November but wasn't included in the squad for the Euros.

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