Was Denmark's most expensive teenager: Now switch again

Since Andreas Poulsen switched from FC Midtjylland for Borussia Mönchengladbach in the summer of 2018, he has just played one applicable match for the team. c

Was Denmark's most expensive teenager: Now switch again

Since Andreas Poulsen switched from FC Midtjylland for Borussia Mönchengladbach in the summer of 2018, he has just played one applicable match for the team. c

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
03 January 2020 Friday 10:00
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Was Denmark's most expensive teenager: Now switch again

Since Andreas Poulsen switched from FC Midtjylland for Borussia Mönchengladbach in the summer of 2018, he has just played one applicable match for the team.

central jutland scored 34 million - equivalent to 4.5 million euro on the sale of the ball, has Extra Magazine previously revealed.

Thus, he holds the record as Denmark's most expensive teenager from landsholdsanfører Simon Kjær, which in 2008 was sold from Nsw to Palermo for 30 million dollars.

In the summer put Andreas Skov Olsen on the record as Bologna bought him in FC Nordsjælland for 37.5 million dollars.

Now chasing Andreas Poulsen more playing time, and he is to be in Austria.

in The next six years are U21-national player leased to Austria Wien, where he takes office on Monday. In Gladbach explains the also the rental with two other talented players appearing on the left-back.

- On his position is that right now strong competition in our squad, with Oscar Wendt and Ramy Bensebaini. It is now important for Andreas to get combat experience from the high level, and we hope that he will get with this rental agreement with one of the big traditionsklubber in Austria, " says sports director Max Eberl to the club's website.

Andreas Poulsen to play the rest of the season in the austrian Bundesliga in search of more playing time. Photo: Anita Graversen

the 20-year-old Andreas Poulsen still has his Bundesliga debut for Gladbach to good. His only struggle came in the cup in august 2018.

in return, he is the real man on the Danish U21 national team. Ago Albert Capellas took over the team in the summer, he started inside in all eight games. He had to be removed in the most recent against Malta with an injury, which also cost him the last weeks of autumn for klubholdet.

Although Austria Wien with 24 championships is the second-most winning club in the austrian Bundesliga, the team has struggled to live up to its former glory in recent years. It won the last gold in 2013, and currently occupies the seventh place.

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Updated: 03.01.2020 10:00
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