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Schalke extends contract with four U23 players

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Schalke extends contract with four U23 players

Gelsenkirchen. The first important personnel decisions have been made in the FC Schalke 04 talent shed. In addition to the veteran, three talented players also remain on board.

In the Regional league team FC Schalke 04 has a high double-digit number of player contracts expiring. The new one sets the first course NLZ leader Raffael Tonello in collaboration with U23 coach Jakob Fimpel now launched.

Striker Pierre-Michel Lasogga (32), one of the veterans, remains on board. The former Hertha player has made 13 appearances, five goals and two assists in the current series. Lasogga had to sit out for several weeks due to injury. “Pierre-Michel Lasogga is one of our experienced players who will also be very important for our axis in the coming season,” says Jakob Fimpel on Knappenschmiede.de.

Julius Paris remains a Schalke player

Staying at Schalke: U23 keeper Julius Paris. © FUNKE Photo Services | Ingo Otto

While long-term injured players like Romeo Ferreira (19) or Nicholas Engels (20) have not been able to promote themselves this season, other players have worked their way to the fore. For example, goalkeeper Julius Paris, who came to Berger Feld in the summer from regional league relegated SV Straelen and has delivered strong performances in the past few weeks. Paris will also be between the Schalke U23 posts in the coming season. Fimpel: “Julius is growing more and more into his role and taking on a lot of responsibility as a goalkeeper.”

Schalke: Yannick Tonye and Felix Allgaier are staying

Promoted from the U19 to the U23 in the summer: Schalke talent Yannick Aime Tonye. © FUNKE Photo Services | Thorsten Tillmann

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The two young talents Yannick Tonye (19/offensive) and Felix Allgaier (21) also continue to play with the S04 logo on their chest. “I have known Yannick for a long time. “I’m happy that he’s continuing at the Knappenschmiede,” says Jakob Fimpel.

Allgaier had a difficult start in the U23

Defensive player Allgaier only joined the Royal Blues in January, but then suffered a flu-like infection and recently suffered a serious head injury in the away game in Wegberg-Beeck (1:5). A high training load is still out of the question for the ex-Freiburger. “Unfortunately, Felix had a difficult start due to his head injury, but we know what he can do and how he will help us,” explains the Schalke U23 coach, who will be playing with his team in the Regionalliga West on Friday evening (7:30 p.m., Parkstadion). meets Rot-Weiß Oberhausen.

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