This post was written for us by guest author @tenevoldsen84 he shares with us 5 players from Denmark to sign on FM23.

I won’t be mentioning any players from FC Nordsjælland, FC Midtjylland or FC Købehavn as these clubs probably are well known in the Football Manager community. But here are 5 players you might not have heard of,

 

Filip Bundgaard, Randers FC

17 year old Filip Bundgaard is about to break through in the Danish Superliga. He got his debut for Randers FC at the age of 16 and 2 days, which makes him the youngest debutant for Randers and the second youngest for the Superliga. Surpassed by Jeppe Kjær by only two days. Jeppe Kjær now plays for Ajax U18s. Filip himself was at one time invited to go to Ajax on a trial, but then Covid happened. He also went to Gladbach on a trial. Last season Filip got most of his playing time from substitutions. But this season has seen him starting more games and also being a matchwinner. So far he has scored 3 goals in 11  games. Filip has the ability to play upfront as an Advanced Forward, False 9 or even as Pressing Forward. He can play as a number 10 in different kinds of roles and he can play on the right wing. Cutting in with his left foot he can contribute with goals and assists.

Sebastian Jørgensen, Silkeborg

 

Last season was a breakthrough season for Sebastian Jørgensen. Scoring 11 goals in his first proper season in the Superliga. He was a big part of the Silkeborg team who took the league by storm. With former Euro 92 winner Kent Nielsen as a coach, Silkeborg played some beautiful offensive football while finishing third in the league as a newly promoted team. In FM he has the ability to play on the right wing. Using his left foot to cut inside and wreak havoc on opposition defenses, either by dribbling, shooting or setting up his team mates. Only 22 he still has room for some development.

Jakob Breum, OB

18 year old Jakob Breum had his breakout season last season for OB. Playing 21 games scoring 4 goals helped his team avoid relegation. On FM23 Jakob has the ability to play different positions and many roles. He could play as a IW on the left, in the center of the midfield he could even do it as a Mezzala or an Advanced playmaker. Finally he could even play as a Winger on the right. At 18 years old there is plenty of room for development into just the kind of play that suits your team.

 

Louka Prip, AAB

24 year old Louka Prip is another offensive jack of all trades. Being left footed his natural role is on the right cutting inside. But as the others mentioned here he has the ability to play in the number 10 role, maybe even as a Shadow Striker or as a winger on the left. Louka had his big breakout in the 20/21 season which handed him a transfer to AAB. There he continued his goal scoring form with 14 league goals. 

Mads Hermansen, Brøndby

The last player I will recommend is Danish U21 player Mads Hermansen. Who may be a little bit more known than the others. Last season saw him break into a Brøndby team struggling to defend their 20/21 title. Hermansen quickly became a fan favourite with his determination and excellent play in front of the goal. His leadership qualities even saw him becoming captain when normal captain Maxø was suspended. A responsibility he was looking forward to. He can do most things like one on ones, going up for a cross in a crowded area and even his ability with his feet is really great. Like former Brøndby great Peter Schmeichel, Hermansen has been linked to Old Trafford as a replacement for De Gea. Other Premier League clubs have also been scouting him, so if you want to get him, you might have to hurry.

Some great recommendations from Thomas! Thanks for sharing them with us. If you’d be interested in writing a piece for us sharing some player recommendations or any other type of FM23 content email [email protected]

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