Huddersfield have triggered a clause to make Florent Hadergjonaj’s mortgage transfer from FC Ingolstadt everlasting from July.
The 23-year-old Switzerland worldwide has made 19 appearances since becoming a member of on mortgage in August, doing sufficient to steer David Wagner he has a long-term future in West Yorkshire.
“We knew that Flo would provide nice competitors for the right-back place and I feel his first seven months at Huddersfield Town have proven why he’s so highly-rated in Germany,” Wagner informed the membership’s official web site.
“As we anticipated, his traits have been excellent for our fashion of play and his performances have actually improved game-by-game for us. He’s additionally a fantastic man who has fitted into our dressing room completely.
“We must also remember that he is only 23 years old, so he has plenty of space to improve further too. That’s very exciting for everyone at the club.”
Hadergjonaj has agreed a three-year take care of the Terriers, which is able to start when the switch window opens on July 1. The deal features a membership possibility for an additional season.
The switch payment for the deal is undisclosed, which Huddersfield stated was on the request of Ingolstadt.