American sensation Josh Sargent has attracted several foreign club's interest during his superb performance with the United States U-20s, and it seems the 17-year-old striker has finally agreed on a permanent move to German Bundesliga club Werder Bremen when he clocks 18 years next February. Still in Germany, American international Bobby Wood is set to extend his contract with Hamburg Sv, after helping the club to secure its Bundesliga future.

Josh Sargent signs Werder Bremen pro deal

Josh Sargent has agreed personal terms in “principle” to sign the dotted lines for Bundesliga outfit Werder Bremen in a deal that will take-effect when he turn's 18.

Josh Sargent is prevented from signing a professional contract with a European club until he clocks eighteen years in accordance with FIFA transfer regulations but can only commit his future to a “non binding” terms. The deal, which was initially reported by Goal USA, comes in the “wake” of his highly impressive performance with the US youth national teams levels. Earlier, Josh Sargent led the United States Under-17 to a World Cup spot this fall with his remarkable five-goals in the CONCACAF qualifiers before joining-up with the United States U-20 Men's National Team at just seventeen years old.

The young striker scored a pair of goal in their World Cup opener, a 3-3 stalemate with Ecuador, and later notched a goal once again to give the US a hard fought 1-0 win over a potent Senegalese team last Friday to top Group F at the ongoing FIFA Under-20 World Cup.

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Bobby Wood commits future with Hamburg

According to an earlier report from a local media in Hamburg, American international Bobby Wood is set to commit his future with Bundesliga team Hamburg SV by signing a new improve contract. With initial rumors “swirling” about his purported transfer to the English Premiership or a bigger Bundesliga teams. This is apparently a “good news” for Hamburg SV. The improve contract extension is “reportedly” expected to pay the American forward an annual salary of about $4m while also increasing his buyout clause to about $14m.

This is to ensure that if Bobby Wood eventually wants to leave Hamburg, the club will receive proper “compensation” from his possible future transfer. For good reason, Bobby Wood was “hesitant” to agree an extension with Hamburg during the season, as it was unknown if the club would be playing in the German Bundesliga or the lower division (Bundesliga II) but after their 2-1 triumph over Wolfsburg in their last game of the season to secure safety in the German top flight league, talks immediately began between the both parties.

The new contract extension is expected to run until the summer of 2021.