Update: Tips Bladet reports that Minnesota United loanee Bashkim Kadrii has had his loan contract terminated. He is set to sign with Danish club Randers, pending a medical.
The Danish news outlet Ekstra Bladet reports today that two Danish clubs, Randers FC and SønderjyskE Fodbold are looking to sign Bashkim Kadrii from F.C. Copenhagen. Kadrii is currently on loan to Minnesota United until the end of the season, but the club has been actively looking to offload him.
Kadrii has made a total of 11 appearances while on loan, but rarely broke into the starting XI. He last played for the club on July 20, when he was replaced at the half. In the last week, Kadrii was absent from training and returned to Denmark.
The 26-year-old winger does not seem to have a place at F.C. Copenhagen and so, to end the loan early, Kadrii will need another option lined up. Randers FC appear to be leading the chase right now.
Kadrii was part of the large cohort of Scandinavian players signed for Minnesota United FC’s inaugural MLS season. Of those players, only former captain Vadim Demidov is still at the club (Rasmus Schüller is out on loan with the Finnish club, Helsingin Jalkapalloklubi).
Our unofficial Danish correspondent Henrik Loenne brought this news to our attention.
According to @tipsbladet he going through his medical so the announcement could come any moment now.
— Henrik Høgholt Lønne (@henrikloenne) August 31, 2017
FiftyFive.One is now on Patreon. Do you like the independent coverage of soccer news from Minnesota and beyond that FiftyFive.One offers? Please consider becoming a patron.