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He’ll Be A Difference Maker – Hertha Berlin Coach Delighted To Land Talent From Watford


Hertha Berlin coach Ante Covic believes he has landed a difference maker in the shape of Dodi Lukebakio from Watford. 

The Bundesliga side splashed out around €20m to take the attacker from Watford, adding him to the books in the German capital.


Lukebakio had a promising loan spell at Fortuna Dusseldorf in the Bundesliga last season and Covic is delighted to have secured his services.

The Hertha Berlin boss believes that the 21-year-old will eventually prove to be a player who can make the difference on the pitch.


"Dodi must get to know the plans as quickly as possible and get a feeling for the team", Covic was quoted as saying by German daily the Berliner Morgenpost.


"That is why I brought him with us.

"In the future he will be a difference maker for us", the Hertha Berlin coach added.


Watford snapped up Lukebakio from Belgian giants Anderlecht in the January 2018 transfer window, locking him down to a four-and-a-half-year deal.

He made his Premier League bow against West Ham and was then sent on loan to Fortuna Dusseldorf last summer, where he caught the eye.