June 16, 2024

Roony Bardhji’s “big suitor” is Tottenham Hotspur, according to a report published on December 21 by Denmark’s BT. A few days later, we brought you word from Italy that Spurs might become serious as Ange Postecoglou’s “express request” was to join FC Copenhagen.

Towards the end of the winter market, the winger had left the door open to switch teams, but no club was able to close a deal.

Bold.dk reports that there has been a lot of interest in the “ambitious Swede,” but they only mention Tottenham.

Peter Christiansen, the sports director of Copenhagen, has now disclosed that his team had the option to sell the 18-year-old during the just ended transfer window.
In addition to vying for the championship, the team advanced to the round of 16 in the Champions League, where they will take on Manchester City. For the second part of this season, it was crucial that they hold onto their important players.

Peter Christiansen, the sports director of Copenhagen, has now disclosed that his team had the option to sell the 18-year-old during the just ended transfer window.
In addition to vying for the championship, the team advanced to the round of 16 in the Champions League, where they will take on Manchester City. For the second part of this season, it was crucial that they hold onto their important players.
“In general, I can say that many of our players have demonstrated success over an extended period of time. Thus, I believe I’ll continue to state that, while it hasn’t been our “goal,” we could have done it if we had wanted to,” he told Bold.dk.

Copenhagen winger Roony Bardghji gives update on future amid Manchester United transfer links - Manchester Evening News

The present contract for the Sweden U21 international expires in December 2025, and the director of the Danish club has announced

Roony’s moment will arrive. Sure enough, he remarked.

Bold.dk reports that Copenhagen is hoping for a club-record sale of Bardghji, valued at about DKK 150 million (€20 million).

Christiansen clarified on this matter, saying, “In the end, the market sets the price.” It’s obvious that a larger club has greater financial clout, which means our transfer will be larger.

Although it wasn’t in this timeframe, I’m confident he’ll get the chance eventually. He does, however, have the potential, so we’ll see.

The official from Copenhagen has also stated that the Tottenham target has “big dreams” for his future.

“We are aware of his goals and potential, but he is a modest youngster who puts in a tonne of effort on the training pitch. One of his main sources of motivation is his dreams. But at Copenhagen, that’s just the way things are,” he continued.

 

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