Sheraldo Becker says goodbye to ADO The Hague after three years. The 24-year-old attacker leaves for Union Berlin, free of transfer, which will make its debut in the Bundesliga next season.

Becker has signed a four-year contract in the capital of Germany, Union Berlin reports on his own site on Thursday.

"This is a big step for me", the born Amsterdammer is delighted with his transfer. "I am really looking forward to playing for Union, especially because it is my first club abroad."

Becker went through Ajax's youth academy, but he never played an official match in the first team of the team from Amsterdam. In 2014, Ajax rented the offside player to PEC Zwolle, where he scored five goals in 32 Eredivisie matches.

In the summer of 2016, Becker switched to ADO The Hague for around 200,000 euros, where he became a major player. Last season in particular, the fast forward was well under way with seven goals and ten assists in 33 league matches.

See also: All completed summer transfers in the Eredivisie