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What a career: Bernd signed in 2011 from the VfB Stuttgart second team, where he played in the third division. He soon became the number one keeper at Bayer 04. The 24-year-old is one of the best goalkeepers in Germany with his impressive performances for the Werkself propelling him into the national side. He has three full international caps under Jogi Löw. The Werkself keeper has already made 245 appearances for Bayer 04 including 49 European games.
Nearly everybody was back on board at Bayer 04 on Monday 9 September. With the exception of Joel Pohjanpalo, who is joining in with training more day by day, all the remaining Werkself pros took part in full training. News from the first day of the week ahead of the away game at Borussia Dortmund.Show more
Who knows where the time goes. Exactly one year ago today, the long-term number one at the Werkself, Bernd Leno, completed his move from Bayer 04 to the 13-time English champions Arsenal. For that reason, we have taken a closer look at his first year in England and also see how other players fared at their new clubs last term.Show more
Julian Brandt is in the Germany squad for the World Cup finals in Russia (15 June to 14 July). That was announced by national coach Joachim Löw at a press conference on Monday afternoon. The two other Werkself pros, Bernd Leno and Jonathan Tah, who were also in the provisional squad and at the training camp in Austria, have been not made the cut from the original 27-man group.Show more
A week after the last game of the season for the Werkself, peace and quiet has returned to the BayArena: While most of the players, coaches and staff are away on well-earned summer breaks, there is busy work going on behind the scenes at Leverkusen in preparation for next season.Show more