Hateboer replaces the FC Groningen for Atalanta Bergamo, Hoesen to US
Hans Hateboer makes immediately the move from FC Groningen to Atalanta Bergamo. Also Danny Hoesen leave, the people in Groningen.
Hateboer has Tuesday a multi-year contract signed with Atalanta, which is sixth in Serie A. With the transfer to prevent the people from Groningen that the 23-year-old Hateboer press conference leaves. The contract of the right back ran next summer, and he did not want to renew.
FC Groningen reported earlier in the day that Hateboer to Italy was left in order to orient themselves. He is the fourth Dutchman ever to Atalanta. Jan Peters, Urby Emanuelson and Marten de Roon went for him.
The in Beerta born Hateboer debuted in January 2014 in the main force of FC Groningen, after he left the youth academy of the club had gone through. In three years time he played 111 official matches and he scored five times. During the KNVB cup final against PEC Zwolle in 2015 (2-0 win) fell Hateboer halfway in.
Hans Hateboer continues his career in Italy: https://t.co/H24dyuJXYx
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16:17 – 31 January 2017
Hoesen is by FC Groningen final for a year, leased to the American San Jose Earthquakes. The American club also has an option to purchase stipulated on the striker, that no rise in the Noordlease Stadium.
The 26-year-old Hoesen played for Fortuna Sittard, Fulham, HJK Helsinki, Ajax and PAO Saloniki. His contract at FC Groningen runs until mid-2018.
There was the past few days and also interest for Mimoun Mahi, who this season already eight times scored for FC Groningen. The premiere league club wants the 22-year-old attacker, however, does not let go, despite the fact that a Championship club bid still elevated.
“Last night came a third bid of the relevant English club with us”, says managing director Hans Nijland Tuesday afternoon. “There was many Mahi at FC Groningen. However, that was still exciting, because every one can understand that there is a financial limit is that we cannot ignore. We are pleased that the us is successful Mahi in Groningen.”
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