Jotun Arena (Netafsen): In what has been a bad season for Rosenborg, 16-year-old Sverre Nippan’s performance has been a light in the darkness.
Despite his young age, the stylish midfielder has established himself as a regular for Sven Malen’s side, and is now attracting interest from top clubs across Europe.
The great talent will not turn 17 until December 19th. Although he is one of the most sought-after players in Norway, he is in no rush to secure a move away from Rosenborg.
– I won’t go in the winter anyway, it won’t happen, Neban told Netavisin.
-Is it completely safe?
When he negotiated with Haaland’s agent, Sverre, 16, had one demand
The agent came with Haaland’s advice
In an interview with TV 2 Last month, Nepan’s father, Arne, echoed the call star agent Raffaella Pimenta made to Safir:
“Here you have to think in the long term. He should be young for as long as possible. You have to promise me that he spends enough time with his friends next to the first-team dressing room, that he faces normal challenges, and that if he can study two or three subjects at school, “He will do it. Erling didn’t come out until he was 18, so I think it’s a great idea to be patient here.”
Nipan tells Nettavisen that he will take advice from his agent, but explains that in the end he is the one who makes the decisions.
– This could be a good thing, but I have to feel it myself and hear what Rosenberg is thinking. So far, there is no better place to live than Rosenborg, Nepan tells Netafcen.
One of the greatest talents in the world
Earlier this year, NEPAN was listed on… Parents Annual list of the greatest talents under the age of 17. The newspaper explained that “he was a ray of light in the darkness and now he looks like one of the team’s leaders and he is only 16 years old.”
He himself does not put much stock in the nomination.
– Yes, that’s great. But it’s just a list, so I don’t take it seriously. But of course, it’s nice to get recognition.
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Nepan constantly has agents from big clubs watching him from the stands, but he himself doesn’t know what clubs they’re talking about, and doesn’t want to know.
– I don’t really care. It’s not important. The better I play, the better clubs will come to see me. So I just have to do my best on the pitch here and it will come naturally.
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