Klaassen moves to Bremen after disastrous Everton stint

Klaassen moves to Bremen after disastrous Everton stint

Klaassen moves to Bremen after disastrous Everton stint

The Holland worldwide departs Goodison Park, just a year after arriving, following a disappointing 12 months across which he struggled to make an impact.

Klaassen's year at Goodison Park was a turbulent one, with Ronald Koeman - the manager who signed him - sacked in October and replaced five weeks later by Sam Allardyce, who was himself dismissed in May to make way for Silva.

Netherlands global Davy Klaassen has completed his move from Everton to Werder Bremen for an undisclosed fee.

He told Werder Bremen's official website: "With him, we brought our absolute favourite player to the Weser".


"With his strategic sense, Davy is able to set a rhythm for the game, impresses with his creativity and is strong and aggressive at the same time".

Klaassen could make his competitive debut for Werder Bremen on August 18th when they face minnows Wormatia in the first round of the German Cup. The ambitions of the club have convinced me.

"We made it clear to Davy where we want to develop with Werder, how we want to play and what a special club Werder is", the German side's coach Florian Kohfeldt added. "I am really excited to be here".

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