Oprykkerne from Lyngby retrieved Monday Mathias Hebo Rasmussen of Vejle Boldklub, and on Tuesday the club has picked striker Magnus Warming.
The 19-year-old has scored a deal that runs until the summer of 2023, and he is picked up in the Brøndby IF, where he never came near to break through in the first team.
The past year he has developed well in Nykøbing FC from the second row, and now they rejoice " in Lyngby to get seen, what it is for a player, you have gotten hold of.
- Magnus Warming is a talented striker who can cover all positions in the forward chain. He is industrious and has got a good grounding in both Brøndby and Nykøbing, where he even has shown some very promising bars in the past year.
take up considerable team he will play also praises the young talent. Photo: Lars Poulsen
- We think, Magnus is an extremely exciting player with a great potential, and we are pleased that we have managed to land a long-term agreement with Magnus. It shows that both parties believe that he is taking the next step with us, and that we as a club are able to future-proof us. We look forward to seeing Magnus in kongeblåt the next three and-a-half years, says lyngby ' s team he will play, Birger Jørgensen, in a press release.
Coach Christian Nielsen hope and believe that the club get a good player.
Magnus has taken significant steps, particularly the last six years, where Magnus has shown that he can also score goals and make assists as seniorspiller in 1. division. These are good signs for a 19-year-old striker, and Nykøbing deserves praise for having developed a very good environment, which has given Magnus a big push in the development. We think he is ready for the next step now, and that he can develop into a really exciting League-a striker with us.
the Attacker, 19 years old, was in 2019 leased to Nykøbing FC, and this season in NordicBet League, he has scored four times and was responsible for three presentations.
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