An English club and a Turkish club are looking for the goalkeeper of Kosovo - Just Football
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An English club and a Turkish club are looking for the goalkeeper of Kosovo

The goalkeeper of Kosovo had a positive season on a personal level with the Turkish club and for this reason, European clubs have started knocking on his door.

The Albanian goalkeeper from Montenegro is owned by Manchester City, who loaned him in recent seasons.

But now “Citizens” seem to have decided to finally give up on him.

According to the British media, the English club, Burnley, has shown interest in the Kosovar representative.

“Clarets” can transfer the goalkeeper born and raised in Switzerland for nearly 4 million euros, as Just Football reports.

Turkish champion Trabzonspor has also expressed interest in Muric.

According to the Turkish medium, “Sabah”, the club from the Turkish Superliga is ready to pay 2.5 million euros for the stable goalkeeper, “Gazeta Express” reports.

The 23-year-old goalkeeper joined the reigning English champions five years ago from Grasshopper Zurich, having previously played for Young Fellows Juventus and Zurich.

He then spent several years on loan at NAC Breda, Nottingham Forest, Girona, Willem II and most recently at Adana Demirspor.

Muric has a contract with City until 2024, but is expected to leave the “Etihad Stadium” as early as this summer.

Arijanet Anan Muric is a Kosovan professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Turkish club Adana Demirspor, on loan from English club Manchester City, and the Kosovo national team.

Muric is a product of various Swiss youth teams such as Young Fellows Juventus, Zürich and Grasshoppers. In 2015, he joined with youth team of Manchester City. On 27 July 2017, Muric signed a three-year contract extension with Manchester City.

On 22 August 2017, Muric received a call-up from Montenegro U21 for the 2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification match against Kazakhstan U21 and for the friendly match against Bosnia and Herzegovina U21. Fourteen days later, he made his debut with Montenegro U21 in a friendly match against Bosnia and Herzegovina U21 after being named in the starting line-up.

In both matches, he played for Montenegro U21 and he was sent off after receiving straight red cards, one for handling the ball outside the box against Bosnia and Herzegovina U21 and the other for headbutting an opponent against Slovenia U21. Despite previously declaring his will to play for Montenegro after not being called up for the senior team, he opted to represent Kosovo instead.

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