Wolfsburg coach Mark van Bommel announced (44) that 23 players participated in the group stage of the Champions League. You will not find Swiss Admir Mehmedi in the squad list. “I was shocked, surprised and of course disappointed,” says the man, who has 76 caps under his belt versus BILD.
The resigned national team struggles to deal with a blow to the neck: “It’s complicated because I’ve never faced such a situation in my career.”
Mohammadi made negative headlines in the German FA Cup, through no fault of her own. His replacement led to the disqualification of wolves. Full focus now on the tournament. There he plays only a secondary role. In four competitive matches, a total of 30 minutes is a modest testament to his work.
Where does his path lead?
Is automatic transfer to Russia or Turkey, where the transfer windows are still open, a problem? “The probability is very, very small. It would be a quick action. And I always make my decisions carefully,” explains Mohammadi.
According to “Bild”, he excludes the extension of his contract, which will expire next year. Where the veteran goes depends on various factors: “I am now 30 years old, I have a family and three children. You have to take a lot of things into account.”
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A step home would be clear: “My goal is to finish my career at FC Winterthur or FC Zurich at some point. I am in contact with the President of Zurich and the Sports Director. My family also wants to go back to Switzerland at some point.”
Mohamady already wore the FC Zurich jersey from 2008 to 2012 and was the Swiss champion with the club in the 2008/09 season. The winter transfer window opens on January 1, 2022.
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