Eintracht Frankfurt has put out feelers to Hertha’s Lukas Ullrich. The former captain of the Berlin U19 should strengthen the full-back position.
Eintracht Frankfurt has put out feelers to Hertha talent Lukas Ullrich. The former captain of the Berlin U19 should strengthen the full-back position.
That reports the sports picture. Accordingly, Ullrich is on the list of Frankfurters. However, the magazine does not report how concrete a transfer is.
The German U19 national player had already wanted to leave Hertha for Borussia Mönchengladbach in the summer. However, when Ullrich informed the Berliners of his decision, the club opted to extend the contract until 2023.
The Ullrich side initially saw the extension as ineffective and wanted it BZ according to legal action against it. In the end, Ullrich’s parents decided not to file a lawsuit. In return, Hertha promoted the left foot to professional training.
So far, however, Ullrich has not been able to play in the Bundesliga. Instead, he is regularly on the field for the second team in the Regionalliga Nordost, where he has already collected four points in ten games. Last season, Ullrich was captain and top performer in the Berlin U19s.
In addition to Frankfurt, other clubs have the youngster, who is available on a free transfer after the season, on the list. Already in the summer she had BZ reported that, apart from Gladbach, several Bundesliga clubs had vied for Ullrich’s services.
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