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2016/2017 Season

1 Stuttgart 21 6 7 69
2 Hannover 19 10 5 67
3 B'weig 19 9 6 66
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Arsenal have confirmed that forward Takuma Asano will spend a second season on loan at German club Stuttgart.

Stuttgart's sporting director said earlier this week that Japan international Asano, who is yet to earn a work permit to play in the Premier League, would remain with the Bundesliga club.

Arsenal confirmed the deal on their website on Thursday, saying "Takuma Asano has re-joined Bundesliga side Stuttgart on loan for the 2017/18 season. ... We'd like to wish him all the best for the upcoming...

Arsenal's Takuma Asano set for an extra season on loan at Stuttgart

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Arsenal striker Takuma Asano is set to spend another year on loan at Stuttgart, the German club have said.

Asano, 22, joined Arsenal from Sanfrecce Hiroshima last summer before being sent on loan to Stuttgart.

The Japan international scored four goals in 26 games last season to help Stuttgart gain promotion to the Bundesliga and he will get another chance to impress for them next term.

"Takuma Asano will play for us also in the upcoming season. We've talked this over with himself, his agent and...

Stuttgart to become closed stock company and gain new investment

Hannes Wolf will be leading Stuttgart in the Bundesliga next season.

Stuttgart members have voted in favour of turning the club's professional football branch into a closed stock company.

The move -- backed by 84.2 percent of voters -- allows the club to bring in new investors, with German car manufacturer Daimler set to take over 11.75 percent of the newly formed company for €41.5 million.

The vote, at the club's general assembly on Thursday, was described as "historic" by Martin Schafer, the head of Stuttgart's supervisory board.

He told reporters: "We have...

Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira: I knew I would rediscover my best form

Former Juventus striker Ian Rush believes Juventus have the experience to go on and win the 2017 UEFA Champions League.

Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira has said he always believed he would return to his old form following his 2015 move from Real Madrid.

Germany international Khedira and his side take on Madrid in the Champions League final in Cardiff on Saturday.

He won the trophy with Madrid in 2014 but played only a fringe role for them the following season before moving to Juve on a free transfer.

The 30-year-old, who has become a mainstay for the Italian champions, moved at a time when some German pundits said...

Stuttgart and Hannover confirm promotion back to Bundesliga

Stuttgart coach Hannes Wolf is soaked in beer as the celebrations begin.

Stuttgart defeated Wurzburg 4-1 at home to return to the Bundesliga as 2. Bundesliga champions on Sunday, and were joined in the top flight by runners-up Hannover.

Daniel Ginczek set up three goals and scored the fourth for Stuttgart as the 2007 Bundesliga champions finished with 69 points and relegated their opponents.

Hannover, who drew 1-1 at Sandhausen, ended on 67 as both clubs, relegated from the Bundesliga last season, bounced straight back.

Braunschweig defeated already relegated Karlsruher...