Ghana defender Patric Pfeiffer has reached a verbal agreement with German Bundesliga club, FC Augsburg, over a summer transfer.
Sky Sports Germany reports the 23-year-central defender, who has been superb for Darmstadt in their promotion to the German top flight, will join on a free transfer.
Augsburg coach Enrico Maaßen is reportedly pushing for the signing of Pfeiffer to augment his team for next season as they narrowly escaped relegation, finishing 15th.
Sky Sports Germany’s Florian Plettenberg has added that the defender will sign a four-year contract that will run until 2027.
Patrick Pfeiffer has featured in 24 games in the 2. Bundesliga, scoring four times and providing an assist.
He is averaging 2.3 interceptions per game this season, the second-highest in the league.
Pfeiffer, born in Hamburg, is yet to get a Black Stars call-up since the Ghana Football Association (GFA) announced he has officially switched nationality to represent Ghana at the senior level in July 2022.
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