Hertha BSC | Does Márton Dárdai leave the Berliner in the direction of Switzerland?

Bertha BSC dominates not only the BSC dominatesy headlines after the recent 2: 3-line in the DFB Cup against the city’s Union Berlin. Even with regard to the further cadre planning, the relegation-threatened traditional club continues to focus on the public. Recently, messages made the lap, after which another professional the Bertha could leave this winter.

According to information from the Kicker, defender Martin Cardie is said to have awakened the interest of the Swiss first division FC Basel. The son of the Chef Trainer Pal Cardie, which was scorned in December, could rely on the club on a lending report in the direction of Super League this month.

He would be to Krzysztof Plate (awarded to AC Florence) and Deyovaisio Seafood (awarded to Blackburn Rovers) already the third Bertha departure this winter.

At the beginning of the season, the 19-year-old had initially managed his final breakthrough in the Bundesliga when he stood seven times in the starting formation of the Berlin until November. But then the central defender was thrown back several times of muscular injuries and fell for weeks.

Since the Taken Workout has been installed as a head coach at Bertha BSC, Cardie has not denied a single mandatory minute more for the capital club.

Cardie is to leave Bertha BSC on a loan base

The defender had his contract at Tables-13. The Bundesliga only renewed last year long term until 2025. A purchase is therefore probably not eligible for the current table seconds in Switzerland.

Rather, Cardie should help as a loan player in Basel by summer, but still to drive the first championship for five years. Currently, the FC Basel ranks back to the Surprise Table Guide FC Zurich around the German head coach André Leisenreiter.

In total, Cardie has denied 19 Bundesliga games for Bertha BSC so far. At his first hit in the German Football House, the native Berliner is still waiting.

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