Monday,March 27,2023

Sevilla Transfer News: Kasper Dolberg Completes His Move to La Liga Club

Google News Icon
CRICKEX

Sevilla transfer news: Kasper Dolberg has completed his loan move to the Red-Whites from Ligue 1 club OGC Nice.

Dolberg was considered the next big thing in football when he joined Ajax from Silkeborg in 2015. However, he has struggled with injuries and consistency in recent years and has failed to fully justify his talent.

He left the Dutch club to join OGC Nice in the summer window of 2019. He has played 74 league games for the French club so far, scoring 23 goals.

The Denmark international played a key role in the Eaglets’ run to the final of the Coupe de France last term, scoring one goal in four games. Dolberg also won 2019-20’s Nice Player of the Season accolade.

Sevilla transfer news: Sevillistas Rojiblancos complete Kasper Dolberg transfer

Sevilla transfer news: Kasper Dolberg completes his move to La Liga club
Sevilla transfer news: Kasper Dolberg completes his move to La Liga club

Read More: Liverpool Close to Signing Arthur Melo From Juventus

La Liga club Sevilla have officially announced the signing of Kasper Dolberg from OGC Nice.

The Denmark international has joined the Spanish club on a season-long with, with the club having the option to sign him permanently next summer. Premier League club Brentford have also shown interest in Dolberg recently but they opted against pursuing the deal.

Dolberg became Sevilla’s sixth signing of the transfer window after Tanguy Nianzou, Marcao, Adnan Januzaj, Isco, and Alex Tellas.

What will Kasper Dolberg bring to Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium?

- Advertisement -

Valued at £15.30 million by TransferMarkt, Dolberg is an explosive forward whose key strengths are his finishing and ability in the air.

He played 27 league games last term, scoring six goals and two assists. According to WhoScored, he averaged 1.5 shots, 0.6 key passes and 0.4 dribbles in the league last term.

- Advertisement - 10crirc

Read More: Idrissa Gueye Reject Arsenal and Chelsea in Favour of the Blues’ Move

- Advertisement - 10crirc

The Denmark international has also completed 71 per cent of his attempted passes during the 2021-22 Ligue 1 season.

What’s next?

Sevilla have started the current season poorly, failing to win any of their opening three league games. They will look to register their first La Liga victory of the season when they lock horns against Barcelona on September 4. Dolberg is expected to be included in the matchday squad for the game.

Meanwhile, OGC Nice are currently fifth in the Ligue 1 table, with five points from five games. They will next go up against AS Monaco in the league before facing FC Koln in a UEFA Europa Conference League game on September 8.

Sevilla transfer news: Kasper Dolberg has completed his loan move to the Red-Whites from Ligue 1 club OGC Nice.

Dolberg was considered the next big thing in football when he joined Ajax from Silkeborg in 2015. However, he has struggled with injuries and consistency in recent years and has failed to fully justify his talent.

He left the Dutch club to join OGC Nice in the summer window of 2019. He has played 74 league games for the French club so far, scoring 23 goals.

The Denmark international played a key role in the Eaglets’ run to the final of the Coupe de France last term, scoring one goal in four games. Dolberg also won 2019-20’s Nice Player of the Season accolade.

Sevilla transfer news: Sevillistas Rojiblancos complete Kasper Dolberg transfer

Sevilla transfer news: Kasper Dolberg completes his move to La Liga club
Sevilla transfer news: Kasper Dolberg completes his move to La Liga club

Read More: Liverpool Close to Signing Arthur Melo From Juventus

La Liga club Sevilla have officially announced the signing of Kasper Dolberg from OGC Nice.

The Denmark international has joined the Spanish club on a season-long with, with the club having the option to sign him permanently next summer. Premier League club Brentford have also shown interest in Dolberg recently but they opted against pursuing the deal.

Dolberg became Sevilla’s sixth signing of the transfer window after Tanguy Nianzou, Marcao, Adnan Januzaj, Isco, and Alex Tellas.

What will Kasper Dolberg bring to Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium?

Valued at £15.30 million by TransferMarkt, Dolberg is an explosive forward whose key strengths are his finishing and ability in the air.

He played 27 league games last term, scoring six goals and two assists. According to WhoScored, he averaged 1.5 shots, 0.6 key passes and 0.4 dribbles in the league last term.

Read More: Idrissa Gueye Reject Arsenal and Chelsea in Favour of the Blues’ Move

The Denmark international has also completed 71 per cent of his attempted passes during the 2021-22 Ligue 1 season.

What’s next?

Sevilla have started the current season poorly, failing to win any of their opening three league games. They will look to register their first La Liga victory of the season when they lock horns against Barcelona on September 4. Dolberg is expected to be included in the matchday squad for the game.

Meanwhile, OGC Nice are currently fifth in the Ligue 1 table, with five points from five games. They will next go up against AS Monaco in the league before facing FC Koln in a UEFA Europa Conference League game on September 8.

CRICKEX

Sevilla transfer news: Kasper Dolberg has completed his loan move to the Red-Whites from Ligue 1 club OGC Nice.

Dolberg was considered the next big thing in football when he joined Ajax from Silkeborg in 2015. However, he has struggled with injuries and consistency in recent years and has failed to fully justify his talent.

He left the Dutch club to join OGC Nice in the summer window of 2019. He has played 74 league games for the French club so far, scoring 23 goals.

The Denmark international played a key role in the Eaglets’ run to the final of the Coupe de France last term, scoring one goal in four games. Dolberg also won 2019-20’s Nice Player of the Season accolade.

Sevilla transfer news: Sevillistas Rojiblancos complete Kasper Dolberg transfer

Sevilla transfer news: Kasper Dolberg completes his move to La Liga club
Sevilla transfer news: Kasper Dolberg completes his move to La Liga club

Read More: Liverpool Close to Signing Arthur Melo From Juventus

La Liga club Sevilla have officially announced the signing of Kasper Dolberg from OGC Nice.

The Denmark international has joined the Spanish club on a season-long with, with the club having the option to sign him permanently next summer. Premier League club Brentford have also shown interest in Dolberg recently but they opted against pursuing the deal.

Dolberg became Sevilla’s sixth signing of the transfer window after Tanguy Nianzou, Marcao, Adnan Januzaj, Isco, and Alex Tellas.

What will Kasper Dolberg bring to Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium?

Valued at £15.30 million by TransferMarkt, Dolberg is an explosive forward whose key strengths are his finishing and ability in the air.

He played 27 league games last term, scoring six goals and two assists. According to WhoScored, he averaged 1.5 shots, 0.6 key passes and 0.4 dribbles in the league last term.

Read More: Idrissa Gueye Reject Arsenal and Chelsea in Favour of the Blues’ Move

The Denmark international has also completed 71 per cent of his attempted passes during the 2021-22 Ligue 1 season.

What’s next?

Sevilla have started the current season poorly, failing to win any of their opening three league games. They will look to register their first La Liga victory of the season when they lock horns against Barcelona on September 4. Dolberg is expected to be included in the matchday squad for the game.

Meanwhile, OGC Nice are currently fifth in the Ligue 1 table, with five points from five games. They will next go up against AS Monaco in the league before facing FC Koln in a UEFA Europa Conference League game on September 8.

TRENDING NEWS

WATCH: Dinesh Karthik pulls off a breathtaking catch to dismiss Quinton De Kock

Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Dinesh Karthik grabbed a breathtaking running catch to dismiss Quinton De Kock during the match against Mumbai Indians at the...

EDITORS PICK

LATEST NEWS

MUST READ NEWS