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Brunst joins up with Wolfsburg



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Wolfsburg sign Alexander Brunst from Hamburg

Wolfsburg have signed goalkeeper Alexander Brunst from Hamburg.

Hamburg announced that their third-choice goalkeeper had made the switch to the Bundesliga runners-up on Friday.

A statement on Hamburg's official website said: "HSV and Bundesliga title runners-up VfL Wolfsburg have reached agreement on a deal which will take Rothosen third-choice keeper Alexander Brunst to the VW Arena.

"Fellow stopper Tom Mickel will travel with the first team squad to their summer training camp in Switzerland for...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lewis Holtby agrees permanent transfer from Tottenham to Hamburg

Lewis Holtby struggled to impose himself at Spurs, but found regular games at Hamburg.

Tottenham have confirmed that Lewis Holtby has agreed a permanent transfer to Hamburg.

Holtby, 24, joined Spurs in January 2013, but struggled to cement a starting role at White Hart Lane before joining Fulham on loan a year later.

The Germany international then joined Hamburg on loan last summer and made 22 Bundesliga appearances for the club, and has now sealed a move to Bruno Labbadia's side.

A statement on Spurs' official website read: "We have reached agreement with Hamburg for the permanent...

Bayern Munich begin new Bundesliga season with Hamburg clash

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop and Mark Donaldson discuss Bayern's reported move for Douglas Costa and Luiz Adriano's move to Al-Ahli.
ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Shaka Hislop talk Dortmund's determination to hang on to their prized assets.
Preview Jerome Boateng's exclusive interview with ESPN FC, where he has a few choice words for the critics of Pep Guardiola.

Champions Bayern Munich will kick off the new season at home to Hamburg on Aug. 14.

The runaway Bundesliga winners, who finished 10 points ahead of second-placed Wolfsburg, will be strong favourites to get off to a triumphant start against opponents who avoided relegation in the playoffs.

Wolfsburg start their season against Eintracht Frankfurt at the Volkswagen Arena -- the first time they have opened with a home game since 2009.

Borussia Dortmund, meanwhile, play host to Borussia Monchengadbach...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Julian Green says he'll prove himself given chance to play

Brian McBride understands Jurgen Klinsmann's decision to rest Julian Green for the 2015 Gold Cup, but Julie Foudy and Kate Markgraf question the decision after Green only played in 11 matches this season.
United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann explains that the coaching staff has elected to give Julian Green a break ahead of the Gold Cup.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes that first-team games are key for Julian Green's growth, while Shaka Hislop adds that the pressure on the teenager to perform continues to build.
ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein gives his take on whether or not Julian Green will be loaned to a club in the Premier League.
ESPN FC's Doug McIntyre believes that it is too early for Julian Green to play in the Premier League and that he may be better suited to joining a team in the Dutch Eredivisie on loan.
The ESPN FC crew debate whether Stoke City's Geoff Cameron should have been included in the United States squad instead of Hamburg's Julian Green.
The ESPN FC panel discuss the recent reports of Julian Green becoming frustrated with his time on loan at Hamburg, while Arsenal's youth product, Gedion Zelalem may be right on track for a USMNT call-up.
ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Craig Burley discuss Julian Green's future and how he should conduct himself at Hamburg.
Julian Green believes his spell with Hamburg can help him become a regular back at his parent club, Bayern Munich.

United States international Julian Green reiterated that the German fourth-division was not where he belonged, while adding he's confident he'll prove himself given the opportunity to play at the club and national team level.

"When you are coming back from an injury or have not been on the pitch for 90 minutes over a period of weeks, a match with the U-23s can be helpful," Green said in an interview with The Guardian. "But fourth division is not a solution for me and it will not get me anywhere."


 By Ben Gladwell

Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne could seek transfer, says agent

Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne has hinted at a transfer.

The agent of Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne has hinted at a transfer this summer, if his client continues not to feel appreciated by the Serie A club.

Insigne made just 20 appearances in Serie A last season, although a knee ligament rupture meant he missed almost half of the campaign.

He nevertheless made only 13 starts, entering as a sub on the other seven occasions and that is something his agent Antonio...