Lena Lattwein has become the latest VfL Wolfsburg Women player after Sveindis Jonsdottir, Felicitas Rauch and Tabea Waßmuth to sign an early contract extension with the She-Wolves, putting pen to paper on a deal until 30 June 2025. The 22-year-old Germany international, whose previous contract was due to expire in 2024, joined VfL from TSG 1899 Hoffenheim before the start of the current campaign.
“In my first season at VfL Wolfsburg we’ve been on a very successful journey, got better and better at bringing our philosophy onto the pitch, and our team spirit has continued to grow,” said Lattwein. “I’m very happy in Wolfsburg, I have great fun being on the pitch with these players every day and am excited about our continued development.”
“Lena has had a good first season with us and has exceeded expectations, as her playing time in a central position shows,” added VfL Women sporting director Ralf Kellermann. “She’s continued to develop with us and, at just 22 years old, is a long way from fulfilling her potential. That’s why we’re very pleased that she sees her next few years at VfL Wolfsburg and has already opted for an early contract extension at the end of her first season in green and white.”