SPVGG Greuther Fürth ends Hoogma
Bundesliga final light SPVGG Greuther Fürth and the TSG Hoffenheim have agreed on a premature end of the Lye of Justin Hoogma. The central defender had changed from the TSG to the shamrock last summer and had denied the first four mandatory games. Since then he has not been used because of a knee injury and most recently because of a Covid-19 infection. “We can now no longer offer him the perspective for the remaining rental period at us,” said Rachid Azzouzi, Managing Director Greuther Fürth of the SPVGG. Hoeogma (23) moves directly to the Dutch first division Heracles Almelo, from where he came to the Kraichgau in 2017. He signed a contract until 2026. Before lending to Fürth, Hoogma also played a lending for FC St. Pauli and the FC Utrecht.