The Danish superligaklubber must either look over the shoulders - or have dollar signs in their eyes.
It's enough on the eyes that see. The fact is in each case, to the best League in the here months are well and carefully monitored by the Turkish big clubs, who have seen a whole new and interesting market in Denmark.
It tells the Danish agent with Turkish roots Caglar Koycu, which themselves have been, when Trabzonspor and Göztepe have sent representatives to Denmark to look at potential purchases.
"Denmark is a market where there are players with great potential and great discipline. And here the Turkish clubs find players that are not so expensive as in many other countries," says Caglar Koycu to the B. T. s fodboldpodcast 'transfer window'.
Turkey's immediate number four, Trabzonspor, was present when the AGF met Lyngby in the Superliga 8. december. Göztepe, which is located in the middle of the row, has also been in Denmark, and storklubben Besiktas lurking also in the Danish market.
But it can be difficult for the Turkish clubs to entice young superligaspillere to, as the country is right now suffering from a reputation created by bad experiences for a number of Danish players as well as an idea, that Turkey is not so much a mellemskridt on to Europe, as it is a terminus.
It does not, however, on the Turkish clubs ' new-found interest.
"It is the combination of the Turkish clubs can see that they have to pay less for players with the same potential as in the major leagues. They feel that they can get more for the money," says agent Caglar Koycu and turns solid.
"It is basically all the Turkish clubs, who keep an eye on the Danish market."
there are Thus good opportunities for superligaklubberne, who want to score a little coin on a good sale or two.
You can hear the 'transfer window' in your favorite podcast app, or right here in the article below.
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Updated Date: 19 December 2019, 19:00