Klimowicz, Massimo and Faghir among youngsters who could leave Stuttgart

By Rune Gjerulff

Mateo Klimowicz, Roberto Massimo, Lilian Egloff, Ömer Beyaz, Clinton Mola and Wahid Faghir could all leave Stuttgart this summer.

Wahid Faghir. Photo: VfB Stuttgart

VfB Stuttgart are reportedly prepared to ship out a number of young players this summer.


This is according to Kicker, who claims that Mateo Klimowicz, Roberto Massimo, Lilian Egloff, Ömer Beyaz, Clinton Mola and Wahid Faghir will all be allowed to leave, either on loan or permanently.

According to the report, Klimowicz has attracted interest from a number of clubs, including Elche, Sampdoria and Charlotte FC, with a loan or permanent transfer being considered for the player, who is under contract until 2024.

Massimo’s deal expires in 2023, while Egloff and Molan have two years left on their contract, just like Klimowicz.

Beyaz is under contract until 2025, while Faghir has four years left on his deal, having only joined Stuttgart for €4.5 million from Danish side Vejle Boldklub last summer.

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