South African youth global Tashreeq Matthews could be at another club in the Swedish topflight before the week's over.
Reports abroad have connected the 21-year-old assailant with an exchange from Varbergs to their Premier League rivals IK Sirius before the exchange window to enroll players closes on Thursday - making it a test of skill and endurance.
The Swedish neighborhood media were detailing today [Tuesday] that Matthews had proactively concurred individual terms, proposing the move is currently simply dependent upon medicals before the player puts pen to paper and starts another part.
Matthews started his profession with the now outdated Ajax Cape Town youth foundation quite a while back and not long after he was elevated to the senior group he took one of the greatest actions from a Premier Soccer League viewpoint when he was gobbled up by German Bundesliga goliaths Borussia Dortmund.
He joined their U19 side and afterward lent out to the Utrecht U21 group to prepare him to hobnob with the senior group.
Matthews never truly got the chance to do so and was sent on one more short spell to Swedish club Helsingborg, where he directed a customary spot.
At the point when the time had come to get back to Dortmund, one more Swedish group in Varbergs moved rapidly to sign him on a super durable exchange, however they are currently set to lose him to IK Sirius barely two years after the fact.
A declaration on the exchange is currently unavoidable.
Source link: https://sportson.co.za/2022/08/matthews-on-verge-of-swedish-move/
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