Dejan Kulusevski was one of the transfers during this January window that did not really get the eyebrowse lift as so many other players grabbed headlines. This could be the best move of them all as this young player makes progress.
Sweden do produce massive amounts of fantastic football talent and a number of clubs do have a big trademark for being a grand deliver with Stockholm club Brommapojkarna again being behind one of the most interesting moves in football.
The best is still to come from the 21 one year old Kulusevski allready reached a tally of 20 full caps for Sweden. Playing for Atalanta, Juventus and on loan at Parma he has added up a total of 93 league games and scored 15 times. A respectful tally at the age of 21.
Antonio Contè do have the eye to find players that fits the bill but to grab a place in the Tottenham team will be difficult as this will be a competetive battle.
The fee paid was worth €10 million. The deal include an option for purchase, which would become an obligation under certain conditions, for an additional fee of €35 million. This shows how Brommapoikarna again could benefit seeing one of their former recruits storming on to this wonderfull scene of Premier League football.
Anders Limpar is a former Brommapojkarna player that made almost the same steps in football a long long time ago becoming a fans favorite at Arsenal helping the club to those fantastic trophy titles of the 90’s. He later moved to Everton and also had a short spell with Birmingham, actually playing his last games in football with Brommapojkarna.
The club will next season be seen in tier 2 as they take on the teams of higher status in “Superettan”. Follow closely this club as more talents will come through from this fantastic football talent factory.
Anders Limpar and Dejan Kulusevski are just two of many great players to have been learning their trade at this club. This is also a club that former Notts County manager and Manchester City assistant manager Hasse Backe represented as a player in the mid 70’s. You will also find other names from this special club, such as John Guidetti, Joel Asoro, Kristoffer Nordfeldt and Viktor Guokeres all been involved in English football.
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