St. Pauli has enough young and wild. Now sports director Andreas Bornemann (49) brought maturity and experience with Tore Reginiussen (34). The oldie is supposed to support the central defense, receives a contract until the end of the season (plus one year option).
Bornemann: “With the signing of Tore Reginiussen we are positioning ourselves even better in central defense, so that we are now well prepared for all eventualities. He has already experienced a lot in his career and will not need a long time to get used to it. “
There is no transfer fee, as the Norwegian had been without a contract since January after eight years with Rosenborg BK. The newcomer has a lot of experience under his belt with 440 professional appearances (18 minutes for Schalke). Also internationally. He played 28 games in the Europa League and was on the national team 47 times. There he last played over 90 minutes against Austria on September 4, 2020.
Head coach Timo Schultz: “I am glad that we were able to sign Tore Reginiussen. He leads the way, has a lot of experience and will give our team additional stability. The fact that he has already played in Germany is a plus point and will facilitate integration into the team. “
When it came to the commitment, the Kiez kickers had well-known advocates. Tore Reginiussen: “I am delighted to be able to play for this special club with a lot of history and heart. I heard from Mats Möller Daehli and Leo Östigard that it is a great club and that I won’t regret moving here. Now I want to help the team on the pitch as soon as possible. “