German Leipzig announces its contract with Christopher Linz

German Leipzig announces its contract with Christopher Linz


RB Leipzig, holders of the German Cup and the German Super Cup, have succeeded in bolstering their squad by signing left-back Christopher Lenz from Eintracht Frankfurt.

Leipzig announced today that Linz signed a one-year contract, with the possibility of extending it for another year.

The value of the contract with the 28-year-old player was estimated at one million euros ($1.1 million).

Linz, who played 34 games with Eintracht Frankfurt last season, will most likely be a substitute for German international David Rom, but he can also play in the center of defense or in midfield.

Max Eberle, managing director of sports affairs at RB Leipzig, said: “By signing Christopher Lenz, we have succeeded in filling the last gap in our team. He will be an important option for us in the left-back position. He has developed wonderfully in recent years, and he has a lot of experience as well With a huge mentality.”

He added, “We now have at least two players for each position, and we don’t need to sign any more players.”

Leipzig was very active during the current transfer market, which closes the day after tomorrow, Friday, as it signed ten players after witnessing the departure of eight players, headed by Josko Gvardiol (Manchester City), Christopher Nkunku (Chelsea), Dominic Subosalai (Liverpool) and Konrad Leimer (Bayern Munich). .

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