“Then you think about it, even though you don’t want to leave”: Nils Petersen could leave SC Freiburg in the summer after more than seven years. Thinking about his sporting future: Nils Petersen. imago images/Beautiful Sports At the end of the season, Nils Petersen (33) is currently without a club and his contract with SC Freiburg expires. And then? “Today you plan like this, in two weeks you plan differently again. I also make it dependent on my physical condition,” said Petersen on “Eurosport”. “I don’t think the club would put any obstacles in my way if I wanted to change. They would probably offer me a new contract if I said I wanted to attack again.” Most recently, Petersen had less and less chance at the current third in the table. This season he had to be content with only seven joker appearances (one goal), also because of two injuries (meniscus injury at the beginning of the season, knee problems in the fall), including only one since the 9th matchday. At the start of the second half of the season against Arminia Bielefeld (2:2), Petersen was again on the bench for 90 minutes.
Petersen only rules out moves to Qatar or China
“If you don’t play, you’re disappointed, then one or the other interesting offer comes in. You then think about it, even though you don’t really want to leave. It’s complicated,” said the veteran, who moved from Werder Bremen to Freiburg in 2015 had switched and has a total of 253 Bundesliga (84 goals) and two senior international matches. “The only thing I’m certain of is that I want to be on the pitch for as long as possible. That’s why I’m keeping my options open and making no promises.” He can only rule out a move to Qatar or China. “Respect for those who do it, but that wouldn’t be my world.”
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