Fabian Johnson will become a free agent at the end of the Bundesliga season, Borussia Monchengladbach announced Monday.
Johnson’s contract is set to expire, making him a free agent who can sign wherever he pleases. The defender/midfielder has scored twice in 57 appearances with the US men’s national team, though hasn’t featured since a September 2017 World Cup qualifier against Costa Rica.
"Tobias Strobl hat uns darüber informiert, dass er zum @FCAugsburg wechseln möchte. Bei @FabianJohnson23 haben wir gemeinschaftlich entschieden, dass wir seinen Vertrag nicht verlängern werden." pic.twitter.com/jQvR02zLz4— Borussia (@borussia) June 8, 2020
Johnson, 32, has been with Monchengladbach since the 2014-15 campaign, registering 140 appearances, 15 goals and 19 assists with the club. Previous stops for the German-American include 1860 Munich, VfL Wolfsburg and 1899 Hoffenheim. He’s also made 24 appearances in the Europa League and Champions league across stints with Monchengladbach and Wolfsburg.