Czech Republic defender Theodor
Gebre Selassie has joined Werder Bremen from Czech champions
Slovan Liberec, the Bundesliga club said on Friday.
Gebre Selassie, 25, has signed a four-year deal.
"We are happy that Theodor decided on Werder Bremen despite
a number of other offers. He is a very talented right back who
confirmed our good impressions with some good performances at
the European Championship," Bremen's director of sport Klaus
Allofs told the club's website.
Gebre Selassie, born to an Ethiopian father and a Czech
mother, started all four of the Czech Republic's games at Euro
2012, including the 1-0 quarter-final defeat by Portugal on
Thursday when the right back was marking Cristiano Ronaldo.
"The decision for Werder Bremen is exactly the right one.
Werder is a club with a lot of consistency and tradition which
always had high goals. I would like to continue my successful
season in Liberec in Bremen," said Gebre Selassie.
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