Spielvereinigung Elversberg did the same as Rot-Weiss Essen: Felix Gotze on loan from RWE Augsburg from the Bundesliga. SVE brings in a striker from Werder Bremen.
SV Elversberg has stepped up its attack again this season. The 20-year-old striker Nick Voltemade The move to Saarland on loan from Bundesliga club SV Werder Bremen will continue until the end of the current 2022/2023 season.
During his young career, the attacker played eleven first division and seven second division games for SV Werder Bremen. The 1.98 m tall attacker made his Bundesliga debut on 1 February 2020 in an away game against FC Augsburg, in which he was a 17-year-old in the starting XI. In total, Voltamed has been working for Werder Bremen for twelve years now.
From the 2020/2021 season Nick Voltemade An integral part of the professional squad. In parallel with his performances for SV Werder Bremen, the striker played 15 games for the German junior national teams and was part of the U17 team at the 2019 European Championships in Ireland.
“There is no doubt that Nick Voltmead has a lot of talent. With his technical qualities and innovation on the pitch, he will be very good for our team and will stimulate our attack. We are happy to be able to plan with Nick for the rest of the season,” says SVE Sports Director Ole Book.
Nick Voltamade adds: “I thought carefully about the move from Bremen to Elversberg and I have found in SVE a promising club that suits me. Support to continue successful and worth watching attacking football in the third division on the pitch.”
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