Kaiserslautern signed forward Sandro Wagner on an 18-month loan
deal from Werder Bremen on Thursday but the 24-year-old will not
play when the two sides meet on Saturday, both clubs said.
Kaiserslautern, 16th in the standings and three points off
the bottom, hope the German will give them a boost in attack
after they scored just 13 goals in 17 games - the fewest in the
league - before the winter break.
"He joins them until June 2013 and Kaiserslautern can then
also active a buying option," Bremen CEO Klaus Allofs told
Wagner's contract with fifth-placed Bremen runs to 2014.
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