Sport 'Wormuth hopes to step forward, several Dutch clubs interested'

‘Wormuth hopes to step forward, several Dutch clubs interested’

Frank Wormuth is coveted by ‘several clubs in the Netherlands’. That says Roderik van Kerkhof, the agent of the German trainer of Heracles Almelo. Among others, Vitesse would have Wormuth in mind.

Earlier Wednesday evening it became clear that Vitesse is betting on the arrival of Thomas Letsch, but according to caretaker Van Kerkhof, several clubs are interested in ‘a trainer of the caliber Wormuth’. He let that know to RTV East. Nobody has yet reported in concrete terms and the German is having a good time with Heracles, but Van Kerkhof says that Wormuth hopes ‘to take a step forward after two successful seasons’.

RTV East also reports that Cyriel Dessers is once again in the spotlight. Last winter, clubs from abroad already angled for the Belgian-Nigerian striker of Heracles, and even now the top scorer of the Eredivisie knows that a club would be ‘seriously interested’. It is not yet clear which club it is.


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