Fürth and Hertha maintain dual purchase option on Ngankam loan


By Pierre Vice

in full confirmation on Thursday of Jessic Ngankam’s one-season loan to SpVgg Greuther Fürth, German football magazine Kicker revealed that die Kleeblätter and Hertha BSC have clauses built into the deal allowing them to claim the player if he has a year of rupture.

Jessic Ngankam. Photo: herthabsc / citypress

German striker Jessic Ngankam, 20, has a great opportunity to save some playing time this year after parent club Hertha BSC and newly promoted SpVgg Greuther Fürth agreed on a loan deal on Thursday. one year. The player, who has been on the radar of many Bundesliga observers for some time, is expected to have plenty of playing time in Franconia.

“Jessic is a young player who has pace and scoring power and has been very catchy on the Hertha youth teams,” Fürth general manager Rachid Azzouzi said when announcing the deal.

“He’s a very talented forward who will expand our options on offense,” added head coach Stefan Leitl. “During the negotiations we got to know him as a very down to earth young man who is ready to spend his career with us.”

Confirming the previously announced signing, Fürth noted that they were granted a purchase option for the youngster. Interestingly enough, German football magazine Kicker reported that Fredi Bobic and the Hertha BSC administrative team were also protecting their interests.

Hertha has apparently inserted a buyout clause into the deal, meaning that “die alte Dame” can match Fürth’s purchase price to bring Ngankam back to the capital if they see fit.

The Berlin native currently holds an estimated market value of € 1.2 million in the latest tranfermarkt.de listings. This remains an unusually high value for an actor with just 19 Bundesliga appearances. A successful campaign could see this value increase rapidly.

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