Defender departs Town after three seasons
- Chris Löwe joins 2. Bundesliga club Dynamo Dresden
- Terms of the transfer will remain undisclosed
- Comments from Head Coach Jan Siewert
Chris Löwe has today completed a permanent transfer to 2. Bundesliga club Dynamo Dresden.
The terms of the 30-year-old’s transfer to the German side will remain undisclosed.
Chris joined Huddersfield Town from 1. FC Kaiserslautern in the summer of 2016 and played a huge role as the Club gained promotion to the Premier League. Scoring twice in 45 appearances that season, he also netted vital penalties in the shootout wins against Sheffield Wednesday and Reading to help Town on the way.
‘Lowey’ followed that up with 25 appearances in Town’s debut Premier League campaign, playing a big part in the Club maintaining its top-flight status.
Another 31 appearances followed in 2018/19, which means Chris departs having made 101 appearances for the Terriers in all competitions over three seasons.
Huddersfield Town Head Coach Jan Siewert explained:
“Everyone at the Club is sad to see Chris leave, but we’re happy to have this move sorted so quickly.
“Chris is a good player and a fantastic guy. At 30, he has a young family to consider and when he told me he wanted to return home this summer, we had to do the right thing for him. Dresden is a great club and is very close to his family home, so the move made sense for everyone.
“On behalf of Huddersfield Town, I wish Chris all the best for the future. He played a big part in helping this Club achieve some special things over the last three years and he has been top-class since I arrived here in January. He’s earned his place in this Club’s modern history.”