Ghana international Daniel-Kofi Kyereh has an agreement in principle to join SC Freiburg in the ongoing summer window.
According to Kicker, the German Bundesliga outfit has sealed personal terms with the FC St. Pauli attacking midfielder, with negotiations now underway between the two clubs.
Kyereh has just one-year remaining on his deal at St. Pauli, meaning the Hamburg club have to sell this summer or risk losing the offensive player for free in 2023.
St. Pauli are said to be demanding around €4.5 million for the 26-year-old, who also attracted interest from Mainz, Stuttgart and newly-promoted Werder Bremen.
Werder, however, have conceded that Kyereh will not be moving to the Weserstadion.
“We had good talks and really good exchange. I don’t think the decision was that easy for him either. In the end, he decided to go another way, which is really a shame. But sometimes that’s just the way it is in football,” Werder head of first-team football and scouting Clemens Fritz Fritz told reporters on Sunday.
Daniel-Kofi Kyereh scored 13 goals and provided 11 assists in 32 games through the 2021/22 season.