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Sagosen departure fears: "probability is dwindling"

2021-10-11T08:54:59.150Z

The German handball master THW Kiel fears the departure of his top star Sander Sagosen, who was only signed up a year ago. The 26-year-old Norwegian apparently has the option to return to his home club Kolstad Handball, which wants to build the best team in the country with an ambitious project.



The German handball master THW Kiel fears the departure of his top star Sander Sagosen, who was only signed up a year ago.

The 26-year-old Norwegian apparently has the option to return to his home club Kolstad Handball, which wants to build the best team in the country with an ambitious project.

Kiel - "The probability dwindles from day to day, where he does not accept our offer," said THW managing director Viktor Szilagy in an interview with Sky.

Sagosen is apparently "under great pressure" because the Kolstad handball project will stand and fall with its return.

"He's a young player and now he has to decide for himself and his future where he is best placed and where he wants to go," said Szilagy.

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On Wednesday the Kiel won their first group game against the Belarusian champions HC Brest with 33:30 (18:15).

Niclas Ekberg was the best thrower of the "Zebras" with eleven goals.

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Kiel had signed the world-class backcourt player from the top French club Paris Saint-Germain a year ago.

His contract with the German record champions is valid until 2023, the THW would like to extend it.

"We are actually finished, the offer has been with him for a long time," confirmed Szilagy.

“We talked to him about it very early on because the collaboration was planned for a long time.

We would love to have him with us and he knows that too. ”Dpa

Source: merkur

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