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Hannover sign youngster striker Marius Wolf

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Marius Wolf has joined Hannover from second division side TSV 1860 Munich, the "Reds" said in an official statement via the club's official homepage on Friday.

The 20-year-old striker received the jersey No. 21 after putting pen to paper on a deal until June 2019.

"We see his commitment as a transfer with prospects. Marius has great potential. I hope we can benefit from his performances soon," Hannover' s coach Thomas Schaaf stated.

Wolf wore since 2014 the jersey of second division outfit 1860 Munich, where he scored five goals in 41 appearances.

"Now I am looking forward to the chance to play for Hannover. I want to integrate quickly and try to improve myself with every training session. I will do everything to help the club to stay up," the striker said.

Relegation-threatened Hannover presented with Marius Wolf their fourth new arrival of the winter transfer period. The "Reds", who sit on the penultimate position of the standings, host newly promoted Darmstadt at the 18th round in Bundesliga on January 23.

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