Fabian Reese to spend the rest of season at Greuther Fürth

A temporary departure for the FC Schalke 04 youngster, as Fabian Reese moves to SpVgg for the rest of the 2017/18 season on a loan deal.

The 20-year-old will aim to gain match practice playing for the 2. Bundesliga side, who currently find themselves battling in 17th place. The attacking prospect has a contract at Schalke until 30th June 2019.

Reese has made seven substitute appearances in the Bundesliga this season. In total, Reese has featured in 11 Bundesliga matches, two European fixtures and once in the DFB-Pokal.

Reese, who joined the club from Holsten Kiel in 2013, and has been part of the first team squad for 18 months now, spent the second half of last season on long too. After a five-month spell at Karlsruher SC, he returned to the Royal Blues in July 2017.

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