He has already pulled in Juventus’ zebrastribede jersey, Liverpool's red, and been on visits to a number of other european big clubs.
The 16-year-old Norwegian Andreas Rædergård Schjelderup could literally pick and choose between a large number of Europe's finest addresses, but the Norwegian stortalents future lies in Farum.
Earlier in the week was Lars Hallengreen from FC north Zealand rekruterings and scoutingafdeling in Bodø to negotiate the final details in place with the family Schjelderup.
Andreas Rædergård Schjelderup has signed a three-year agreement with nordsjællænderne and align themselves with the club's U19 team later in the month.
Andreas Rædergård Schjelderup have also visited Liverpool. Photo: Private/Jørn-Tommy Schjelderup
Schjelderup be counted as one of the biggest talents in Scandinavia in the 2004 vintage.
He has been at training camps in clubs like Ajax, PSV, Liverpool, Tottenham, Juventus, Bayern Munich and Villarreal, but chose to put his fodboldfremtid in the hands of talentudviklerne in FC Nordsjælland.
- Andreas is not admitted by great, fine names. He is thinking of his development, and how to work on the individual academies.
- He has several times met the Danish team in the international tournaments and always been impressed with the way they play. Danish talentarbejde is at a very high level, says Andreas Rædergård Schjelderup father, Jørn-Tommy Schjelderup, to Ekstra Bladet.
the coming of The FCN-player is acting for the Norwegian U16 national team. Seen here he is in action in a test match against Portugal in april 2019. Photo: Private/Jørn-Tommy Schjelderup
Schjelderup senior was earlier in the year, on a visit in Farum-the club and was impressed with the setup.
The 16-year-old stortalent was therefore with on visit number two in June, and here he was convinced that it had to be FC Nordsjælland, even though the economy was larger in many of the other offerings.
- There have been many fine clubs and offers. In total, he has visited nine clubs as part of its development, and there have been over twenty requests.
- But in the end chose Andreas even to say ' yes ' to FC Nordsjælland, says Jørn-Tommy Schjelderup.
The young Norwegian played with PSV in the talenttræffet Marveld Tournament last summer. The Dutch club reached the final, where they lost to FC Barcelona. Photo: Private/Jørn-Tommy Schjelderup
The Norwegian midfielder has trained with the first team in Bodø/Glimpses and also got playing time in practice matches.
But he did not feel he was challenged enough in the Norwegian club, and it has been instrumental in the shift to Denmark.
He was not on contract in Bodø/Glimpses, as the like had seen that stortalentet had continued its development with them.
They can, however, as a plaster on the wound, will be pleased that FC Nordsjælland has chosen to give them more than the træningskompensation, which was the only thing they were entitled to.
Nordsjællænderne have knitted a economic package together, which among other things makes that Bodø/Glimpses get part of the transfer fee, if Andreas Rædergård Schjelderup being sold from FC Nordsjælland.
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