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Werder Bremen struggling to keep a hold on red-hot Ujah

08 December 2015, 08:45

Abuja - Reports coming out of Germany indicate that German Bundesliga side Werder Bremen are currently battling interest from England for the services of their in-form forward Anthony Ujah.

The Nigerian scored his 9th goal in all competition last night helping his team draw 1-1 ‎at Stuggart, his 4th goal in his last 6 games a feat that have Stoke City in England battling to take him in January. 

The 25-year-old who scored 10 goals last season for Cologne is on track to better his last season tally, after just 15 games ‎this season a feat which if achieved will further improve his market value. 

Also read: Ighalo, Ujah on targets in Europe

The Nigerian has wished to play in the English Premier League for a long time, further reducing Werder Bremen’s hopes of keeping him beyond next summer. ‎

Although he joined Werder in the summer there are reports that they will be willing to sanction a move if a transfer fee in excess of 10 million pounds is made for his services. 

However, Werder Bremen will reportedly resist the temptation to sell him this January, preferring he focus on helping them remain in the Bundesliga where they are currently in the drop zone.

- News24


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