FC Augsburg have made their next move of the summer by bringing a familiar face back to the club. André Hahn has moved back to FCA from Hamburger SV on a four-year-deal that runs until 30th June 2022. Both clubs are yet to disclose the terms of the move.
“André Hahn has gathered a lot of experience in the Bundesliga and at the European level since he initially left FC Augsburg. He will be a big help to us over the next few years as we continue to strive to achieve our goals. We’re happy to be gaining another dangerous attacking player in André,” explains sporting director, Stefan Reuter.
“I’m really happy to be back in Augsburg, because I feel very at home here and have a lot to thank this club for. FCA have shown a renewed level of trust in me and I want to repay the management, the club and the fans as best I can,” says André Hahn.
Der 27-Jährige spielte eineinhalb Jahre im Trikot des FC Augsburg und machte in 48 Ligaspielen zwölf Tore. Zuletzt stand er beim Hamburger SV und bei Borussia Mönchengladbach unter Vertrag. In Gladbach sammelte André Hahn sowohl Erfahrungen in der Champions League als auch in der Europa League.
The 27-year-old played first wore the FCA shirt for one and a half years, playing in 48 league games and scoring 12 goals. He has most recently been under contract at Hamburger SV and Borussia Mönchengladbach. Hahn played in both the Champions League as well as the Europa League with Gladbach.