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Bodo / Glimt, Elite Series | Online newspaper experiments: Bids accepted

The two clubs have struck a deal for the 22-year-old midfielder, Netavizen was informed on Tuesday morning.

Blisteel must now reach an agreement with Bodø/Glimt on personal circumstances and pass a medical exam, before he can be introduced as a new Glimt player.

According to Nettavisen, something unexpected must happen for the 22-year-old to not become a Glimt player in the near future.

Agent confirms

The player’s agent also confirmed to Nettavisen that there are only small details about personal circumstances remaining before Plestil can sign the Norwegian champions.

“We are very close and I think we will reach an agreement in no time,” agent Martin Hrdlica tells Nettavisen.

Jablonec coach Peter Rada confirmed to the Czech newspaper last week iSport That they received an offer to buy Plestil from Glimt.

– Plestil performed better and has European skills. It is very fast. That’s why they are interested in it. He is also quick in handling the ball and capable of hitting scorers. Rada stated that we have received bids from Bodø/Glimt, but have not yet accepted them.

Now, however, the clubs have come to an agreement.

It remains unclear if the 22-year-old will travel to Norway during the week, or if he will meet with Glimt’s team in Spain after their arrival in Alicante on Saturday.

Glimt wants

Blistel will also have opportunities to go to clubs in other, presumably better, European leagues than the Norwegian league, but he himself wanted to become a Bodo/Glimt player due to the club’s impressive development over the past year.

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Jablonec fell to 14th place in the Czech Premier League after 19 rounds. They were like Bodu/Glimt in the Europa League group game this season, but were knocked out in the group game.

Now it looks like Blisteel will have a new chance to take part in the European Championship with Norway’s top club when they go out in the play-offs against Celtic on February 17-24.

Bodo/Glimt team manager Harvard Sakaryasen did not respond to Netavisen’s inquiries on Tuesday.