Berliners are happy

    Lars Windhorst has sold his shares in Hertha BSC to a Miami-based company. “777 Partners, a strategic investor in soccer clubs worldwide, and Tennor Holding have agreed that 777 Partners will acquire Tennor’s 64.7 percent stake in Hertha BSC GmbH & Co KGaA,” Tennor said in a written statement , about which the German Press Agency reports.

    Nothing was known about the sale price. “We are giving our Hertha shares to an internationally renowned football investor with many years of experience. Hertha BSC can benefit greatly from this new shareholder,” said Windhorst, CEO Tennor Holding. “He brings not only economic strength, but also a lot of professional experience and an impressive network of international football clubs. The entry of 777 Partners is a step towards a successful future for Hertha BSC.”

    Löwen to Boëtius: All Hertha transfers since Windhorst joined

    From expensive stars to free transfer veterans & perspective players …

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    Hertha have brought in these players since Lars Windhorst joined in the summer of 2019
    (as of November 4, 2022)

    July 1, 2019 – Eduard Löwen | €7m from 1. FC Nürnberg

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    Now at St. Louis CITY SC

    July 1, 2019 – Marko Grujic | €2m loan fee from Liverpool FC

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    Already played on loan at Hertha in 2018/19, then was loaned out again
    Now at FC Porto

    1.7.2019 – Dedryck Boyata | Free transfer from Celtic FC

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    Now at Club Brugge

    18.7.2019 – Daishawn Redan | €2.7m from Chelsea

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2024, on loan at FC Utrecht

    08/01/2019 – Dodi Lukebakio | €20m from Watford FC

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2024

    September 2, 2019 – Marius Wolf | €2 million rental fee from BVB

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    Returned to BVB in 2020

    1/1/2020 – Santiago Ascacíbar | €10m from VfB Stuttgart

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    Now with the US Cremonese

    27.1.2020 – Lucas Tousart | €25m from Olympique Lyon

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2025

    30.1.2020 – Krzysztof Piatek | €24m from AC Milan

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2025, on loan from US Salernitana

    January 31, 2020 – Matheus Cunha | €18m from RB Leipzig

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    Now at Atlético Madrid

    August 4, 2020 – Alexander Schvolow | €7m from SC Freiburg

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2025, on loan at FC Schalke 04

    15.9.2020 – Jhon Cordoba | €15m from 1. FC Köln

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    Now at FK Krasnodar

    5.10.2020 – Omar Alderete | unknown fee from FC Basel

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2025, on loan at FC Getafe

    5.10.2020 – Mattéo Guendouzi | €1m loan fee from Arsenal FC

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    Now at Olympique Marseille

    14.1.2021 – Deyovaisio Zeefuik | €4m from FC Groningen

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    Unknown contract length at Hertha BSC

    February 1, 2021 – Sami Khedira | Free transfer from Juventus

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    Career ended in summer 2021

    February 1, 2021 – Nemanja Radonjic | €0.25m loan fee from Marseille

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    Now at Torino FC

    1 July 2021 – Kevin Prince Boateng | Free transfer from AC Monza

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2023

    July 1, 2021 – Suat Serdar | €8m from Schalke 04

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2026

    July 27, 2021 – Stevan Jovetic | Free transfer from AS Monaco

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2023 with an option for another year

    August 9, 2021 – Marco Richter | €7.1m from FC Augsburg

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2025

    23.8.2021 – Ishak Belfodil | €0.5m from 1899 Hoffenheim

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    Now at Al-Gharafa SC

    August 26, 2021 – Oliver Christensen | €3m from Odense BK

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2026

    August 27, 2021 – Jurgen Ekkelenkamp | €3m from Ajax

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    Now at Royal Antwerp

    August 31, 2021 – Mycians Maolida | €4m from OGC Nice

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2025

    1/1/2022 – Fredrik André Bjørkan | Free transfer from Bodø/Glimt

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2026, on loan from Feyenoord

    January 25, 2022 – Marc Oliver Kempf | €0.5m from VfB Stuttgart

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2026

    29.1.2022 – Dong-jun Lee | €0.8m from Ulsan Hyundai

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2025

    31.1.2022 – Kelian Nsona | €0.5m from SM Caen

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2026

    May 31, 2022 – Filip Uremovic | Free transfer from Rubin Kazan

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2026

    14.6.2022 – Jonjoe Kenny | Free transfer from Everton FC

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2025

    07/02/2022 – Jessic Ngankam | €2m from Greuther Furth

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2025

    Buyback clause after Fürth committed Ngankam on loan via a purchase option for €2m

    5.7.2022 – Ivan Sunjic | Loan from Birmingham City

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2023

    13.7.2022 – Chidera Ejuke | Loan from CSKA Moscow

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2023

    July 30, 2022 – Wilfried Kanga | €4m from BSC Young Boys

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2026

    08/08/2022 – Jean-Paul Boëtius | Free transfer from 1. FSV Mainz 05

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2025

    08/31/2022 – Augustin Rogel | €400,000 from Estudiantes

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    Contract with Hertha BSC until 2026

    The company is no stranger to the football market. The network portfolio includes clubs Genoa CFC in Italy, Vasco da Gama in Brazil, Standard Liège in Belgium, Red Star FC Paris in France, Sevilla FC in Spain and Melbourne Victory in Australia. The company is also active in other sectors such as aviation, insurance and personal loans.

    “The transaction will be fully consummated upon approval by Hertha BSC, who have a contractual right of first refusal of the shares,” Tennor continued. Hertha responded on Wednesday with a statement: “We are happy about this news. Everything else will now be dealt with in accordance with our agreement.” Nothing has changed about that, Hertha replied to a request on Thursday morning.

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