PEC Zwolle took over Rico Strieder from FC Utrecht on Thursday. The midfielder, which has been rented since the beginning of this calendar year, has been committed for two years.
The 27-year-old Strieder came to twelve duels in his first months as a PEC player. The German was under contract in Utrecht since the summer of 2015 and was previously part of the Bayern Munich youth academy.
It was definitely a disappointment that we could not finish the season in a good way together, but this return makes up for a lot, "says Strieder about his final switch to PEC." I know the club by now and many teammates will be there next season. rejoin. "
Strieder is the first summer addition to PEC, which sees Lennart Thy, Rick Dekker, Stanley Elbers, Dennis Johnsen, Etiënne Reijnen and probably Gustavo Hamer leaving.
For FC Utrecht, which was exactly fifty years old on Wednesday, Strieder is the fourth player to leave the club this summer, after mercenaries Jeroen Zoet, Kristoffer Peterson and Issah Abass.
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See also: Overview: All completed summer transfers in the Eredivisie