Manager Bo Henriksen promised in the beginning of January, that it would be a quiet transfervindue in AC Horsens, but the Horsens-boss made it clear that the club will seize the opportunity, if they had the opportunity to strengthen the squad in the more long term.
And the chance one must say that Bo Henriksen has taken. 21-year-old Louka Prip Andreasen has come from Moscow, and on Wednesday could the club will also present the 23-year-old Malte Kiilerich, however, it joins for the summer.
Now there are so more transfernyt from AC Horsens.
this summer we can welcome Peter Therkildsen, who has been outstanding for Glasgow this season, and him we expect a lot from the #sldk https://t.co/cCg8LHP9UU pic.twitter.com/532muNACm1— AC Horsens (@ACHorsensGULE) 24. January 2019
'The Yellow Peril' can Thursday tell, that after this season will the approach of the 20-year-old Peter Therkildsen, who comes to the club from Næstved Boldklub on a contract until the summer of 2023:
- Peter is a young guy who has had his fodboldopdragelse in HB Køge and has come to Næstved, denmark, where he has the noise through, and he has been one of the absolute best players on their succeshold. He has lots of dynamics and power and can play both partnered at the back, as the 6'and 8'are, and we expect a lot from him in the short and long term," says Bo Henriksen to the club's website and continues:
- He is going to play many 1. divisionskampe forward to summer and then switches to AC Horsens in order to fight for a place in the starting line-up.
- of course It will require getting used to, but then the big difference is there not, when one has been so good in 1. division. We are once again manage to find a skilled and transferfri play, as we have scoutet for a long time, and we are obviously pleased, says Bo Henriksen.
The only 20-year-old Peter Therkildsen in this autumn played 19 matches for Næstved Boldklub in the NordicBet League. Here he has both the game partnered at the back and in the midfield.
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