The 22-year-old central defender has extended his contract with Hamburger SV which will see him stay at the club until June 30, 2024.
German-born Ghanaian defender Stephan Ambrosius has been offered a four-year contract by Hamburg SV following his impressive display at the club.
Ambrosius, 22, has signed a fresh deal after his countryman Aaron Opoku, was also handed a similar four-year deal.
HSV Sports director Michael Mutzel was pleased about the agreement with the native of Hamburg-born talented defender, who has been in the starting line-up in eleven league games so far this season.
He says: “Stephan has developed an important role in our professional squad over the past few months. He fought his way back after his cruciate ligament injury and made a great development.
”It is always nice for HSV when players from their own offspring play in the Volksparkstadion. That’s why we’re happy that Stephan will stay with us in the long term,”
Stephan Ambrosius, on the other hand, expressed joy after signing the new deal.
“I am very happy that the negotiations have now been brought to a conclusion and that I will stay with HSV It was always my dream to play in the Volksparkstadion. Thanks to the experience I gained, I was able to swap the initial excitement for great joy in the game. I always try to give 100 percent and want to motivate my teammates with it. In the future, I would like to continue my development and play successful football with the team. ”
Ambrosius was on the pitch in 988 of 1,260 possible minutes in this second division season. The 22-year-old won a total of 65.44% of his duels – the sixth best value in the 2nd Bundesliga.
The lanky centre-back has been a permanent member of HSV’s central defense and was handed a debut invitation to the German U21 national team in 2020.
He, however, remain eligible to feature for Ghana at the senior national level.