Mitchell Weiser has seen and experienced a few things for his age. FC Köln, Bayern Munich, FC Kaiserslautern, Hertha Berlin – those were his clubs before his move to the Werkself. He was practically born with talent and position: His father Patrick, U19 coach at Bayer 04, also played as a full-back in the Bundesliga – albeit on the left. "I've never felt pressure from him, he always allowed me to make up my own mind and encouraged me with positive feedback," said 'Mitch'. His previous career highlights: the 1-0 winner in the final against Spain to win the U21 European Championships in 2017. A header – rather unusual for a full-back.
Mitchell Weiser is leaving Bayer 04 Leverkusen to join Bundesliga newcomers Werder Bremen with immediate effect.Show more
Mitchell Weiser is leaving Bayer 04 Leverkusen to join Werder Bremen with immediate effect. The second division club have signed the right-back on loan to the end of the current 2021/22 campaign.Show more
Bayer 04 Leverkusen will have to manage without Mitchell Weiser for the next few weeks. The right-back suffered a thigh injury in last Saturday’s 2-1 defeat in the Bundesliga game at Eintracht Frankfurt.Show more
Kevin Volland is heading in the right direction, a Werkself player celebrates his birthday and the series on the Bayer 04 honorary captains is coming to an end – today’s news in brief.Show more
Tonight brings the final home game of the year at the BayArena. In the game between Bayer 04 and Hertha Berlin (kick-off: 18.30 CET), the events on the pitch take priority but it will be more Christmassy after the final whistle. News in brief on Wednesday.Show more