Norwich City defender Timm Klose says his future with the club has not yet been decided.
We broke the news last week that Klose had been told by former manager Alex Neil that he could find a new club in the summer.
However, Neil has since been sacked by Norwich. This leaves Klose’s future up in the air.
Whoever Norwich appoint as their new manager could decide that Klose is too good of a player to just push to one side and let go, or they could cash in and invest in the squad.
Either way, nothing has been confirmed and Klose himself is waiting on the outcome.
He said when he joined Norwich that he is just interested in playing matches, but he has been excluded from the last two matchday squads for Norwich, with Neil seemingly pushing him out of Carrow Road.
Speaking to BzBasel, Klose said this:
Whether or not I remain is not yet decided. As soon as it becomes concrete, I can say something about it. But at the moment I’m playing for Norwich City, and that’s a priority for me.
I am fit and I do everything I can to get back to my working days. So far I have made 30 games this season. If one considers that in the Bundesliga 34 games are a whole season, this is a good record. But even if I’m not playing, I’m professional enough to keep myself fit. I have been practicing for myself on my own in the last week, and I certainly did well. And as it goes on beyond, we will see.