The famous coach David Eriksen and the national team player Ingrid Seerstad Engen (25 years old) have been in dialogue since the summer. Now they have agreed to a deal.
On Tuesday, Eriksen’s celebrity agency Eccentric People can announce that it has brought the Barcelona player into the stable.
The department works with talent in entertainment, sports, finance, music, culture and entertainment.
Names like Tone Damli, Alexandra Joner and Jakob Ingebrigtsen’s fiancée Elisabeth Asserson are other people who belong to Eccentric People.
-We are very proud to have signed Ingrid. She is the perfect character and role model on and off the field, Eriksen wrote for VG.
Engen also shows his joy at the newly formed collaboration.
– Very happy to be part of this amazing group, writes Seerstad Engen on Instagram.
The manager has no doubt that there is commercial potential among female footballers, and now the agency wants to help Engen with this.
– That possibility exists. Women’s football is growing tremendously across Europe, and with the right measures in place, it will be entirely possible to achieve maximum growth, also here in Norway. In any case, we will do our best for Ingrid, Eriksen wrote.
The department aims to help profiles with everything from commercial content to production, TV and entertainment.
Here the agency appears with Engen, Barcelona suits and Disco the dog:
When VG asked Seerstad Engen about collaborating with David Eriksen during this summer’s World Cup, she did not confirm any collaboration.
On the other hand, she can say this about her relationship with Eriksen:
-We’ve made some connections about things he’s good at, and things I need help with. That’s it, Engen said at the time.
Now that has been confirmed.
– We have been in dialogue since before the summer, and we finally signed the agreement this week. “We look forward to working with her in the future,” Eriksen wrote.
note! On Friday, Ingrid Syerstad Engen and the rest of the Norwegian women’s national team face the first hurdle on their path to an Olympic ticket. Austria will play in the opposite half at 19:00 at Olivall Stadium. You can watch the match on VG Live.
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