Aaron Hunt has hinted that he may even stay with Werder Bremen after all, despite refusing to sign a new deal with his German club, and saying earlier this year he was looking to leave Werder Bremen this summer.
Aaron Hunt – German International midfielder
And Hunt even waved goodbye to the fans at their last home game recently, and his contract expires at the end of June, when he will become a free agent.
Hunt, 27, has been linked with a move to Newcastle, who are always on the lookout for good free agents they can sign, but it would seem that the 27 year-old has not yet found a club to move to in the summer.
Lazio are also said to be interested, and his German friend Miroslav Klose is already at the Rome club, but he says he has not been in touch with the famous German International striker.
This us what he has said in the Bild newspaper:
“If Director of Sport Thomas Eichin wants to talk with me, then I will talk to him,” “Nothing is ruled out.” “I wouldn’t say anything is not interesting to me,” “But I haven’t called Miro yet.”
Hunt has played 282 times with 51 goals for Werder Bremen over the last ten seasons, and it’s the only club he has ever played for.
Aaron has a German father and English mother and the attacking midfielder played for all the German youth sides, and has three full caps for Germany.
And he gained fame earlier this year, when he was presumably fouled in the penalty box in a Bundesliga game, but he then convinced the referee that he hadn’t been fouled, and no penalty was given.
We wonder if Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge of Liverpool – who are always looking to be fouled in the penalty box – heard about that one?
How outrageous (and very sporting and ethical) that was – something we are losing very quickly in the game of football.