KENYA BROWN - Thursday, April 27, 2017
It appears US forward Aron Johannsson is on his way out at German Bundesliga team Werder Bremen as various reports have stated that he will leave them at the end of the season.

In an article posted on the German soccer website, Kicker, Bremen are now searching for new forwards to bring in during the summer transfer window, leaving the 26-year-old no choice but to find a new team.

It has been a rough time for Johannsson since he signed with the team in 2015 from AZ Alkmaar in the Dutch Eredivisie. While initially being a regular in the starting line-up, he would go down with a season-ending injury in his first season at the Weserstadion.

Since making a full recovery, he has found it difficult to make it back into the team as he has only played in nine games and scored a goal this season.

Back in March Johannsson expressed his intent to leave Werder Bremen if he was not given a chance to play, but head coach Alexander Nouri fired back, telling the forward to prove himself in training.

Johannsson's contract runs until 2019, so any move will involve a financial payment.