Tim Wiese commits to Werder Bremen, ending rumours of Schalke move

Tim Wiese has scuppered rumours of his potential move to Schalke by committing his immediate future to Werder Bremen
Amid speculation that he will move to Schalke to replace Bayern Munich-bound goalkeeper Manuel Neuer, Werder Bremen No.1 Tim Wiese has committed to his current club.

"For me there's only one: Werder Bremen. And for this club I will give everything," he told Syker Kreiszeitung.

The Germany international went on to speculate as to why he has been linked with a move.

"You hear that I should be sold because there is no money [at Bremen]."

Sporting director Klaus Allofs scuppered rumours that Bremen are in financial danger, and revealed that his team will seek to make a new agreement with the 29-year-old Wiese.

"We will not sell due to financial hardship; we are not in such a situation. Tim has a contract until 2012, we want to extend it, and we will soon enter into negotiations."

Wiese joined Bremen from Kaiserslautern in the summer of 2005 and has since become a key player for Werder. He has made 159 appearances for Thomas Schaaf's side and also earned three international caps for Germany.

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