First-choice goalkeeper Patrick Drewes has prematurely extended his contract with second division club SV Sandhausen, possibly turning down an offer from top English club Liverpool.
The bottom of the table did not provide any information about the new term of the working paper in its communication. Drewes is said to be after sports image-Information to have been contacted by team manager Jurgen Klopp’s English club who are looking for a new replacement keeper.
“It is by no means a matter of course that Patrick is clearly committed to SV Sandhausen in our current situation,” said sporting director Mikayil Kabaca. Coach Alois Schwartz spoke of an “important sign within the team”.
Drewes moved to Sandhausen from VfL Bochum, who had recently been promoted to the Bundesliga, in 2021 and immediately established themselves as one of the best keepers in the 2nd division. In his 49 games for the club, the 29-year-old has kept ten clean sheets.