1. FC Magdeburg's Marius Bülter has completed a loan move to Bundesliga side 1. FC Union Berlin until the end of the league season.
The flexible right-sided player impressed for the relegated club last season in the second division, scoring four goals and assisting four in 32 games. The 26-year-old joined Magdeburg in 2018 and has extended his contract with his parent club until 2022. Bülter moves on loan and joins up with Urs Fischer's team for the full Bundesliga season, with the option of a permanent transfer.
"I'm delighted that the transition to Union Berlin has finally worked out. It's the dream of every footballer to be allowed to play in the Bundesliga. It's something special to be able to take this step now in Union colours. It was my wish to move to Köpenick, now it's all about gaining a foothold in the team as quickly as possible," said Bülter.
"We've followed Bulter's development closely in the 2.Bundesliga and are sure that he can enrich our game. In a difficult season at Magdeburg, he proved his quality time and time again, so we're very satisfied that our efforts to get him have paid off. I'm delighted to welcome him aboard," added Oliver Ruhnert, 1. FC Union Berlin's Director for Professional Football.