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Matthias Ginter’s exciting return to SC Freiburg is perfect. The transfer reflects the identity of the club and the player and sends a nice signal to all football fans. Comment from Sky Udo Hutflotz Editor.

Bayern Munich, Aston Villa (Premier League), Barcelona (La Liga), Juventus, Inter and Roma (all Serie A) – Matthias Ginter’s list of potential odds has been long and growing since his joining was announced Borussia Mönchengladbach is being left in the summer free, pulled down the stairs over and over again.

But since Wednesday it has become clear: none of the clubs mentioned will be Ginter’s next stop. Instead, the German will join his former club SC Freiburg from next season. A surprising decision – but only at first glance! Because if you focus your magnifying glass on the club and the player, you’ll see an almost unique symbiosis.

Ginter’s return suits Freiburg

On the other hand, there is SC Freiburg, which is one of the most famous and admired clubs in Germany – and not only because of its coach Christian Streiche, it is unique on the positive side. The SC remains consistent and humble – traits that are viewed favorably in the increasingly captivating world of football. In the increasingly isolated field of football, they still stand for a kind of closeness to the fans and identity.

There is no doubt that the commitment of the veteran Bundesliga player and national player with significant international experience was also for sporting reasons. After all, SC is likely to be represented internationally next season – perhaps even in the Champions League for the first time. A player like Ginter helps, of course, especially since Nico Schlutterbeek’s departure (to BVB) has to be accommodated.

Ginter fights big money

But beyond the sporting aspect, Ginter’s move is a jackpot for all romantic football fans. Instead of big money, which would certainly have sung to one of the interested parties or the other, the 28-year-old decided to return to his youth club and homeland after eight years – at the best age of the footballer and not only in the late autumn of his career.

And so Ginter has battled “always higher, faster, farther” in the modern world of football – and made a heartfelt decision. This also reflects his personality. Not only since he appeared in sky On “My Story”, Ginter was known as a humble, intelligent and soccer player.

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“My story – a life …” Presenter Riccardo Basile met with Mathias Ginter, who gives special insights. (Video length: 25:13 minutes).

Geninter has a great relationship with Freiburg

The footballer is now happily married to his childhood sweetheart Christina, who comes from the same village near Freiburg from whom Ginter also has a son – also a sign of the continuity Ginter represents.

He never lost his connection to his hometown of Freiburg on other levels either, which is indicative of his social commitment in and around Freiburg. There he works with the institution he founded with his wife, especially for sick children, socially and/or physically. When he talks about his foundation and the children affected, it’s clear to see how the situation affects him. Ginter is not just a footballer, he is also a person.

Football player salary: Ginter with a clear opinion

He also confirmed last year by stating that football players earn a lot. The attitude of the 28-year-old caused a huge wave that surprised him. In fact everyone had to see it that way compared to other professions, his opinion was clear, and he deserved great respect. His current decision to return to Bresgau and fight against huge cash from the Premier League or Serie A shows that what he said at the time were not just hollow words.

Ginter stands by what he said and what he embodies – humble and humble. And that is exactly what his return to Freiburg shows. Nadi represents the same noble qualities as Ginter.

Freiburg and Ginter – it fits perfectly, regardless of sporting success! That’s why there’s only one thing left to say: Chapeau SC Freiburg and Chapeau Matthias Ginter – and long live the football romance!

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