Bundesliga club Union Berlin continues to rely on the services of goalkeeper Jakob Busk.

    After the contract with the Dane, which expired at the end of the month, was originally not extended, the club has now agreed on further cooperation with the 28-year-old. Busk has played for Union since January 2016. The Berliners did not provide any information about the contract period.

    “It was very difficult for me to say goodbye on the last matchday, so it’s all the better to be back here and still part of the team,” said Busk.

    Union managing director Oliver Ruhnert said: “Jakob has been with the club for many years and has established himself as an important and reliable part of our team over this time. After the departure of Andreas Luthe and Lennart Moser, we had good discussions with Jakob and we set out to agree on the continuation of our work together.”