The transfer offensive at Hannover 96 never ends. Max Besuschkow is the fourth newcomer the second division club unveiled this week and comes from league contender Regensburg.
In April he was still on the field against 96: the New Hanoverian Max Besuschkow.
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After the transfers of Phil Neumann, Enzo Leopold and Fabian Kunze, Hannover 96 announced another new signing for their next second division season this week. Max Besuschkow comes to the table neighbor Jahn Regensburg on a leash. The 24-year-old midfielder has signed a contract until 2025.
He is a very confident player and, at 24, fits perfectly into the team’s target age structure
The former German youth international made 32 second division appearances this season, scoring five goals and providing four assists. 96 sporting director Marcus Mann on Besuschkow: “he is a very confident player and, at 24, fits perfectly into the target age structure of the team, from which we hope to see a positive development in the future”.
Besuschkow trained in the youth academy of VfB Stuttgart. After working at Eintracht Frankfurt, Holstein Kiel and Royal Union Saint Gilloise in Belgium, he moved to Jahn Regensburg in the summer of 2019. He decided to move to Hanover because contract negotiations showed him a clear plan for the next years, with which he could fully identify.