1. FC Union Berlin have extended Lennart Moser's contract and the goalkeeper will join Austrian side Klagenfurt on loan until the end of the season.
The 21-year-old academy graduate signed his professional contract with Union in 2017 and has enjoyed loan spells at Energie Cottbus and Cercle Brugge. The goalkeeper will get the opportunity to earn first-team minutes on loan at Klagenfurt in Austria's second division.
"Union is my club and I feel really comfortable here. We have a great goalkeeping team where I can develop every day. For me, it was a logical step to extend my contract at Union, because my goal is to be in goal here in the future. Together with the people in charge, we agreed on the next steps that can help further my development. I hope to gain as much playing practice as possible in Klagenfurt," added Moser.
"We have always emphasised that we see great potential in Lennart and are convinced that he can play an important role in the future. Last year he convinced both in Cottbus and in Belgium, so we are pleased that we continue to work with Lennart. As it's important for him to be able to gain playing practice and further experience in the short term as well, the loan to Klagenfurt makes sense for all sides," said Oliver Ruhnert, Director for Professional Football at 1. FC Union Berlin.