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Norwegian Football – Behind the Scenes, Football

Rosenborg sells Hof and wants to get rid of the Swedish striker

reported tuesday Romerex Blade First about Lillestrøm’s interest in Vebjørn Hoff and that Rosenborg and LSK were in dialogue over a transfer. I mentioned later too TV 2 That huff was a detail of a transition.

Nettavisen has been informed that the clubs are fully in agreement on the transfer of the midfielder and that only a medical is left for Hoff before he can sign with LSK.

In addition to the impending sale of Hoff, RBK is also getting rid of Rasmus Wiedesheim-Paul these days. Netavisen knows that Swedish club Sirius have shown a concrete interest in reaching an agreement with the striker. Many other clubs in Norway and Sweden are following the situation closely. In the past, Wiedesheim-Paul himself has rejected Obos clubs in Norway.

If all goes as Kjetil Rekdal wants, the 24-year-old will leave Lerkendal before the end of March.

Tromsø wants VIF talent: – I know it’s a very nice club

Vålerenga’s 18-year-old talent Magnus Bech Riisnæs is wanted by Tromsø. FotballTV reported on Friday the concrete club Alfheim’s interest in Bresnice. Tromsø wants to secure the player, who only has a contract with the Oslo club until the end of the year, and an offer was sent in the direction of Oslo more than a week ago, according to what Netavisen has learned.

No one in Vålerenga’s management should have any desire to sell Riisnæs and the deadline for a response to the offer passed by TIL to VIF has passed.

– I know there is a very nice club there that plays good football. They have an interesting style of play, so it’s not entirely impossible, but for now I’m focusing on Vålerenga,” Riisnæs told Nettavisen after the training match against Strømsgodset on Friday last week.

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The youngster says a decision about his future must naturally be made before the transfer window closes on March 31.

– When I’m my age, it’s important to be able to play. There has been a little back and forth, but nothing has been installed yet. We’ll see what happens,” Resniz continued talking about his contract status.

However, it remains to be seen whether the last word was said regarding Riisnæs’ transfer.

Vikings can sell Capran

Viking finally secured Lars-Jørgen Salvesen from Bodø/Glimt earlier this winter. The arrival of the striker in addition to the Aussie buy Melbourne’s Nick D’Agostino has made the Viking open to selling Swede Kevin Kabran.

Stavanger Aftenblad It was only announced on Tuesday that the club is open to selling the Swede and that Stabæk has expressed interest.

The 29-year-old joined Stavanger just over two years ago and has a contract with Viking until the 2023 season.

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The striker started on the bench in the two cup matches against Rosenborg and Bodø/Glimt respectively. Against the former, he sat on the bench for the entire 90 minutes, while against Aspmyra he was given four minutes as a substitute.

Nettavisen knows that Viking and Stabæk have discussed an agreement with Kabran and that the player himself should be open to a move to Nadderud. Two other clubs have shown interest in Capran’s services recently.

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At the same time that Kabran could quickly disappear before the transfer window closes at the end of March, there may be an opportunity to bring an old acquaintance back to the Vikings. Icelandic Birkir Bjarnason played for the club for several seasons early in his career before disappearing abroad. The 34-year-old is under contract with Turkish club Adana Demirspor until the summer, but has not played much for the club this season. He is now working on finishing the contract at the club. Nettavisen has been tipped off by several Icelandic sources.

Bjarnason also trained with Viking earlier this winter and Icelandic national team manager Arnar Þór Viðarsson recently spoke about Bjarnason to the newspaper Morgunblaðiðafter he was not selected for the national team squad.

– We talked together. He is in a difficult situation with the club in Turkey. The coach said he was playing a little bit, a lot less than he had hoped and trying to get away from the club, but it took time.

Valerenga tests the Africans during the national team’s break

Dag-Eilev Fagermo’s team looked unconvincing in the run-up to next season. With about three weeks to go in the series at Eliteserien, Vålerenga was beginning to struggle finding form before the seriousness began.

There are caps this week where VIF has more than double the number of players on duty from the youth national teams all the way up to the senior national team.

At the weekend, the team plays a training match away from home against Swedish league champions Hacken with a significantly reduced squad. So Vålerenga has taken the opportunity to bring in two players for the test matches starting on Wednesday when the team meets again after a few days off. In Netafizen’s understanding, it is about African players.

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Emmanuel Tochuko Igwe (20) from Nigeria and Babou Si (19) from Senegal. The latter belongs to the Academy foot generation in Dakar. The club cooperates closely with the French club Metz and has sponsored many great stars, among them Sadio Mane, who plays for Bayern Munich on a daily basis. Seye is primarily an offensive winger.

Igwe is a midfielder who previously played for Ghanaian club Inter Allez and Emirates Club.

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