Huddersfield Town have agreed a pre-contractual agreement to secure the services of Chris Löwe from Kaiserslautern
Following an inconsistent campaign in Championship, Huddersfield look unlikely to be earning a playoff spot this season but the Terriers will surely give it a right go to earn promotion into the Premier League next term.
Huddersfield have recently appointed a progressive manager in the form of David Wagner and the American already seems to be planning for the upcoming campaign.
Now it can be revealed that Wagner has managed to make his first signing for next season in the form of Kaiserslautern defender Chris Löwe.
Löwe is an experienced full back who had worked closely with Wagner during their time together at Borussia Dortmund.
Following his departure from Dortmund in 2013, Löwe had managed to become a regular for the Kaiserslautern first team and has made over 100 appearances for the German side.
However, the 26-year old decided not to sign an extension to his contract which expires at the end of the current campaign and the defender has now chosen to reunite with Wagner at Huddersfield.
While the deal is yet to be officially confirmed, there have been strong reports that Löwe has signed a pre-contractual agreement with Huddersfield and the defender will be signing on a three year deal with the Championship side.
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