Manoj Mehta to leave FC Twente for Stuttgart
It’s time to go.
The 23-year-old striker has just one year left on his current deal with the club and is set to leave this summer for Stutgart, who have signed a deal to take him on as a free agent.
The former Valencia player, who has played in two Europa League matches this season, had been linked with a return to the Catalan giants in the last month.
But Mehtas move has come at a crucial time for the club, as they struggle with the lack of funds and the inability to attract the players they need.
“I’ve been here for three years now.
The club is a great club with a great history.
But it’s time for me to move on and to go for St.
Germans,” Mehtes agent Jorge Silva told Sport Italia.”
The club has to improve on the pitch, with the players, with training, with facilities and in the stadium.
That’s what’s been most difficult. “
I think I’m ready to move to a new team, with a new coach.
That’s what’s been most difficult.
I’m going to be playing a lot in the next few weeks, but the only thing I know for sure is that this will be the right decision for me.”
The striker’s future is currently in limbo following the club’s shock relegation from the Bundesliga.
But Silva says that he hopes to convince the club to keep him.
“Hopefully I can convince the Stuttgangers to keep me.
I know how good they are, but I also know how difficult this is.
If Stuttgerings want to keep Mehts contract they can,” he added.”
It’s been very difficult to stay in the league.
If I’m still here I want to stay.
I want a good challenge and I want the chance to play for the team.
Stuttgergers are not a club with great history, but they’re a good team, they have good players and I believe they can succeed in the future.”