Kasper Junker (26) may be on his way to Turkey.
According to VG’s information, it has ticked in a significant bid from the Turkish club Kayserispor, which is in 17th place in the Süper Lig.
The offer will have a total budget of around NOK 25 million, but the offer will consist of several installments over time.
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As VG understands it, Bodø / Glimt has not yet responded to the offer.
VG has tried to get in touch with general manager Frode Thomassen, but he has not responded to the inquiries.
Nor does Junker’s agent Christian Bysted.
Frustrated Kasper Junker: – Glimpses do not live up to their promise
Junker went out in VG this week and criticized Bodø / Glimt for rejecting a bid from the Italian Serie A club Crotone.
– The agreement was that I would come to Bodø, get my potential out, and then I would move on. They said that “if you score 20 goals, we will send you off”. I scored 27 goals. It was because of that promise that I found Glimt interesting. I was going to up, deliver, boom, then it’s on. It has been almost my whole motivation to do so well. Now I think “damn, how do I motivate myself for next season if it’s just empty words?”, Junker told VG.
Crotone withdrew interest in Junker after Bodø / Glimt allegedly rejected at least three bids where the total limit was around NOK 15 million.
The international transfer window closes on Monday night.
VG is aware that Junker took a Covid-19 test at Bodø airport on Saturday. To travel to, for example, Turkey, documentation for a negative test is required.
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