If Andrew Wooten is to find consistent minutes in the 2. Bundesliga this season and further his development, it apparently won't be with Kaiserslautern.
According to a report, Wooten is set to go on a season-long loan to recently-promoted club SV Sandhausen in a quest for playing time. Wooten has spent the early parts of the campaign with Kaiserslautern's second team and he has not made a single bench appearance for the club in the 2. Bundesliga despite having signed a professional contract with it earlier this summer.
Wooten played in seven games for Kaiserslautern in the Bundesliga last season, scoring twice in that stretch, but he has been deemed surplus to requirements as the club tries to regain promotion to Germany's top tier.
What do you think of Wooten going on a season-long loan to Sandhausen? Happy with it as long as he gets minutes? Wishing he would have stuck it out at Kaiserslautern?
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