Silkeborg IF goalkeeper Aske Andresen has ended up on Fulham’s radar, according to a report from Denmark.
The 17-year-old came up through the ranks of the Danish club’s academy and made his first team debut against AC Horsens in October 2022. He created history in the process by becoming the youngster stopper to even play in the top tier in Denmark.
BT in Denmark highlights this when explaining Fulham sent officials to closely monitor him for a week last season.
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Towards the end of last year, Silkeborg rewarded the Denmark U18 international with a new deal until December 2025. BT state it’ll be interesting to see if Marco Silva’s side will make an offer for the teenager.
As things stand, Fulham won’t be able to bring Andresen to London due to new rules following Brexit. He’ll turn 18-years-of-age on July 12th, after which the Premier League side could bring him to the UK, so long as they agree a deal.