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The UK big transfer could lead to a big sale from Allsvenskan.
Premier League clubs Leicester and Aston Villa are interested in the national team and Rangers, Philip Hillander, 27.
He could be replaced by Joseph Okumu of Elsburg with the Scottish champions.
After Sweden’s narrow 1-0 victory over Georgia in a World Cup qualifier, national captain Jan Anderson was unhappy with the blue and yellow game, but he put the spotlight on two players: goalkeeper Christopher Nordfeldt who saved Sweden from losing points – and midfielder Philip. Helander.
– Philip Hylander is fine. Anderson said he wins duels and is completely stable.
Success in Scotland
The former Malmö FF player who moved after two years in Verona and Bologna to Glasgow and the Rangers in the summer of 2019 is about to take further steps up the career ladder.
According to information by Sportbladet, Rangers are chasing midfield reinforcements. Top of the list is Elsburg Kenyan national team player Joseph Okumu, 23.
One of the reasons for the Scottish interest in Elfsborgsstjärnan?
Sportbladet learns that Premier League clubs are also looking for Philip Hylander.
After a successful season in Scotland, the Swede has been chasing quarries in the classic Premier League teams Leicester and Aston Villa, among others.
This summer, Helander has two years left on the contract, and the Rangers, previously forcibly relegated to fourth division after bankruptcy in 2012, want to pay well for the Swedish superstar is a deal before or after the most financially favorable European Championship.
The Rangers recently broke the Celtics’ nine-year championship streak by securing the league title superiorly.
Coach Stephen Gerrard praised Hylander:
– In the positioning match, he is outstanding. The former Liverpool player said recently that you can see that he trained in Italy from Italian coaches.
“Raise me up”
Philip Helander says of the praise and his season:
It’s always fun to get compliments from anywhere, but it’s obviously going to be very interesting when a coach thinks I’ve done something good. It is something I loftier.
– It went well. We didn’t lose the league match, I played a lot and had relatively no injuries. So far, Helander says I’m satisfied.
According to information by Sportbladet, Rangers is one of a long line of clubs interested in Elfsborgsstjärnan Okumu. During the winter transfer window, Borås turned down a midfielder’s offer of 20-25 million SEK.