EM for the summer is the big goal for the Danish landsholdsbobler Jonas Lössl, and it was the main reason why he sidstedagen in the transfer window changed Everton out with Huddersfield Town on a lease agreement.
The run up to summer, and then he turns back to Liverpool-the club.
Now it's all so Lössl to get plenty of playing time under the belt, so he can once again be considered for Åge Hareides national team, and it opened well for the former Mainz-, Guingamp and FC Midtjylland (denmark)-goalkeeper, who kept the zero for Huddersfield, who at the weekend won.
And "The Terriers" are happy that it seemed to close a deal with Lössl. There were loose ends that the parties should have resolved. It came in place, among other things, because the 30-year-old dane accepted a pay cut this spring.
It explains Huddersfield Town manager, Danny Cowley, in an interview with the Examiner Live.
- We knew that fans had a relationship with him, and when I spoke with Jonas, one could feel his love for the club and the fans, and you could feel that he would like to return and help.
- It motivated us to try to get the room space, and succeeded, fortunately we are with.
- We must thank Jonas, for he has actually taken a bit of a løndnedgang to get it to happen. So much he wanted it.
- Credit to him - however, I am not quite sure that his wife is happy, says the manager with a grin to the Examiner Live.
Jonas Lössl accepted a pay cut to come back to Huddersfield. Photo: Peter Powell/Ritzau Scanpix
Jonas Lössl played two Premier League seasons in Huddersfield, before he left the club in the summer on a free transfer, as the at the same time moved out of the Premier League.
Now he must also save the club from moving out of The Championship, and he is, among other things, because the former AGF is Kamil Grabara, which is leased to Huddersfield, has been injured.
the Club is currently number 20 in The Championship - five points down to Wigan, that is under the relegation line.
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