TSN TV Schedule TSN2 TV Schedule
Soccer

Stuttgart signs midfielder Rausch on free transfer

{eot}
The Canadian Press
5/5/2013 9:27:48 AM
Decrease Text SizeIncrease Text Size
Text Size

STUTTGART, Germany - Stuttgart has signed midfielder Konstantin Rausch on a free transfer from Bundesliga rival Hannover.

Stuttgart says the 23-year-old Rausch agreed to a three-year deal effective July 1.

Sporting director Fredi Bobic tells the club's website: "It's great Konstantin decided for Stuttgart despite many (other) options. We clearly showed him what we have in mind for him and for the team."

Bobic adds Rausch "is a young German player who has established himself in the Bundesliga. He can play in various positions and he brings passion and a good mentality with him."

The Russia-born Rausch, who joined Hannover when he was 14, has played 148 Bundesliga games.

Stuttgart had already signed Sercan Sararer and goalkeeper Thorsten Kirschbaum on free transfers from Greuther Fuerth and second division side Energie Cottbus, respectively.

Soccer Ball (Photo: The Canadian Press)

zoom

(Photo: The Canadian Press)
Share This

Share This

Add to FacebookAdd to DiggAdd to FarkAdd to TwitterAdd to Stumble UponAdd to Reddit
Print this Story


Podcasts

TSN 690 oranges @ halftime Aug 19

Joined in studio w/Paul Desbaillets co-founder of annual soccer charity event GOAL MTL. We chat w/Susan Bell, Danny Smiles, UM02 Carlos & Heath Pearce

TSN 690 oranges @ halftime Aug 19: Susan Bell

Fund Development Director of Tyndale St-George discusses GOAL MTL's legacy and the impact the funds raised have on her community

TSN 690 oranges @ halftime Aug 19: Danny Smiles

Runner Up in 2013's Top Chef Canada, Chef to the stars at Osheaga chats about why he actively supports and participates in GOAL MTL


More Podcasts

Premier League Shows on TSN.ca

TSN.ca is Canada's exclusive home to highlight and feature programs from the Barclay's Premier League. Check out the latest programs on VOD below.


Net Busters - EPISODE 1

TSN TweetBox
© 2014
All rights reserved.
Bell Media Television