It had become apparent, now the transfer is official: Manuel Mbom is leaving SV Werder Bremen and moving to the Danish first division club Viborg FF! The details of the change.
Bremen – The color of the shirt has to change Manuel Mbom already once not get used to, after all, plays Viborg FF also in green and white. And the Danish first division club will be the new sporting home of the 23-year-old in the future. The Transfer had already indicated, on Thursday afternoon the SV Werder Bremen and also the club from the Superligaen den change officially. Mbom has therefore signed a contract until 2026, further details were not given.
Official transfer: Manuel Mbom leaves Werder Bremen for Denmark for free
According to information from the DeichStube, Mbom is changing free transfer to the northern Europeans – and that, though its Contract on the Weser until the summer of 2024. The “Bild” newspaper reported about it first. “From a purely economic point of view, we’re making a few savings,” said Werder’s head of professional football Clemens Fritz Salary von Manuel Mbom must have meant that Werder Bremen now logically no longer has to pay.
“I’ve had good conversations with several people at the club and this gave me a really good impression of the club, which is developing well and also has a lot of young players, which I like.” Manuel Mbom on the website of Viborg FF quoted. “Now I’m just looking forward to getting going and trying my hand in the Danish league. I want to work hard to contribute as much as possible to the team so that we can achieve good results together.”
Werder Bremen official farewell: Manuel Mbom is moving to the Danish first division club Viborg FF
On the Weser, the prospect of playing time was no longer really there. Still closed Werder Bremen Second division times had Manuel Mbom tore his Achilles tendon, after a lengthy rehabilitation he returned to the team last winter. However, minor injuries kept slowing down the midfield all-rounder, Mbom had been considered a candidate for a change for some time. Now the step has finally been taken. “It’s important for Manuel and his development that he plays a lot after his long injury,” explained Clemens Fritz. “We wish Manu, who has made a great career at Werder and made the leap from the academy to the professional squad, all the best for his new role.”
Manuel Mbom came to Werder at the age of 13 and made it into the German U21 national team, among other things. Born in Göttingen, he played a total of 46 competitive games for the Bremen pros and scored one goal. “He’s extremely strong physically, good on the ball at the same time and has good schooling Werder Bremen go through”, explained VFF sports director Mads Agesen. “So we’re getting a really talented player who can bring a lot of power, but we also have to give him some time to get to know a new country and a new league.”