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BERLIN (AP) – Midfielder Edward Lewin will leave Hertha BSC for the United States. According to a medical examination and formalities such as a work permit, the 25-year-old German is about to move to St. Louis City, the German football club announced on Friday. The transmission of lions has already become apparent in the past few days. “We would like to thank Edward Lewin for his time at Hertha FC and wish him all the best in his personal and sporting future,” said sporting director Freddy Bobic.
Löwen moved from 1. FC Nürnberg to Berlin in the summer of 2019. However, he could not establish himself in the capital and only made 14 Bundesliga appearances with Hertha. Last season, he was loaned to FC Bochum and played 26 league matches. Lutz Pfannenstiel, a former athletic director at Fortuna Düsseldorf, is the athletic director in St. Louis. Former Dutch league goalkeeper Roman Burke has also been contracted.
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