Having been a promise in Munich for so long, but left without a breakthrough after younger years: Nicholas Kohn, 2019 Fritz Walter Medal winner, must now help Rapid.
fast Another signing has been announced for the upcoming seasons. As the Vienna team announced on Thursday, 22-year-old German Nicholas Kuhn has signed a contract until the summer of 2026. The attacking player, who has played several times in the DFB– Youth selections played, come from the second team of Bayern MunichLast season, he was loaned to second division team Erzgebirge Aue. There he scored three goals and four assists.
“He’s our absolute dream player, one we’ve been seeing on our radar for far too long, and we’ve tried too early and too intensely,” sporting director Zoran Barisic said, according to the radio broadcast. “His dynamism and technical skill will bring our offensive game to life, making it even more versatile and versatile.” Cohn was happy to move to Austria. “Rapid is the biggest club in Austria and I will do everything in my power to ensure that we play successful matches both nationally and internationally,” he said.
The Green Egg is Kuhn’s second foreign position at a young age, who moved from RB Leipzig to talent factory Ajax Amsterdam in 2018. A year later, he was awarded the gold medal Fritz Walter, Germany’s highest individual award for young footballers, which he received Former players like Kai Havertz, Julian Brandt, Timo Werner and Mario Gotze. In 2020, Bayern Munich brought him back to Germany.
The Munich team will now receive a fee from Rapid for the left foot, which should be in the mid-six-figure range. On the other hand, the previously reported quick transfers of Patrick Grill (of Austria Klagenfurt) and Roman Kirschbaum (Admira FC) were free transfers.
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