Next newcomer from Hoffenheim: Vuth moves to WFL Wolfsburg

Next newcomer from Hoffenheim: Vuth moves to WFL Wolfsburg

New signing from 1899 Hoffenheim: A few days after Lena Latvain signed, women’s soccer Bundesliga club VFL Wolfsburg announced the next signing. The green and white jersey for the 2021/22 season will be worn by Latvia teammate Tabia Wamut. The 24-year-old offender is also charged, and has signed a contract with VFL until 2024. The German national player is the third new signing of the upcoming season, after Latvain and Dutchman Joel Smith.

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“I want to appear for VFL Wolfsburg from next season and I am proud to be wearing one of the best clubs in Europe,” Wamuth was quoted as saying on the club’s website. “I already look forward to this new challenge and I will do everything I can to help achieve the goals of VFL. But first I will do my best to successfully complete the current season with the TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. My thanks to those in charge of TSG for the many years we have spent together and to being able to develop step by step.

National player since last year

VFL Women’s Sporting Director Ralph Kellerman is pleased with the commitment: “Tabia has grown tremendously over the last two years in particular and is currently one of the fastest attackers in the entire league. We have brought them to our attention for a long time and I am sure it is the right time for both sides to take this step.

Vomuth has played for Hoffenheim since 2008, joining the TSG youth team at the age of twelve. After winning the German B-Junior Championship in 2012, he played for the second TSG team from 2013 and was promoted to the Second Division with them. He made his Bundesliga debut in February 2015. In the top German league, her record has shown 86 matches so far, and she has played eleven games in the DFB Cup. Since last year, Wamut has also worn the German national team jersey: her first two international goals in an away match against Ireland since her debut against Montenegro.

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