1. FC Union Berlin have signed Milos Pantovic from Bochum after letting go of goalkeeper Andreas Luthe to Kaiserslautern.
The club announced these transfers on their website.
The statements read: “FC Union Berlin have signed 25-year-old attacking midfielder Milos Pantovic from Bundesliga rivals VfL Bochum.”
“Goalkeeper Andreas Luthe has departed 1. FC Union Berlin and completed his transfer to promoted 2.Bundesliga side 1. FC Kaiserslautern.”
“Union has developed incredibly over the past few years with continuity and team spirit. I’m proud and at the same time grateful that I can now also contribute to this development and am very much looking forward to the coming season,” said Pantovic.
“I will always look back on my time at Union with incredibly fond memories. What we have achieved together over the last few years will always fill me with a great deal of pride, and that is why I would like to expressly thank my team-mates, the coaching and support team, all fans, staff and those responsible for the past two years,” said Luthe on his farewell.
“Milos comes with Bundesliga experience, is highly motivated and in his prime as a footballer. We are pleased that he has decided to join us,” commented Oliver Ruhnert, 1. FC Union Berlin’s Managing Director for Professional Football.
“Andi has played a big part in the success of the last two years and has been an important part of the team, both in sporting and personal terms. That’s why we respect his wish to be able to move to a club for a longer period of time. We are very grateful for the time we spent together and wish him good health and lots of success for the future,” he added.