Sevilla FC and Fenerbahçe SK have reached a principle of agreement for the footballer Simon Kjær to become a new Sevilla player . For this, the player will arrive in the afternoon of this Tuesday to Seville to pass the medical examination and, if everything is in order, to sign for the next four seasons. Kjaer is a central forward, 1.89 meters tall and has worn the jersey of the national team, Denmark, 67 times.
Formed in the lower echelons of FC Midtjylland, Kjaer made his 18-year debut in the Danish Superligaen. A year later he made the leap to Serie A against US Palermo, where he played 65 games and scored five goals in just two seasons. This allowed him to go one step further and join Wolfsburg in the summer of 2010. In his debut in the Bundesliga, he plays almost everything, but a year later his club decides to leave yielded to the AS Roma of Luis Enrique despite having played in full the first three days. Returning to Italy he managed to take the place in the center of the defense and disputed 22 matches, regularity that also found on his return to Wolfsburg on 12/13, which marked two goals.
However, after that campaign again changes airs and signs for the French LOSC Lille. In his first year he becomes indisputable to the orders of René Girard and disputes 37 parties between Ligue 1 and Glass of France. Thanks to the third place in the league, the following season he has four Champions League games – followed by Sébastien Corchia – although he is unable to reach the group stage after losing to Porto in the Playoffs. It closes the year with 42 parties and three goals to his credit.
Already in the summer of 2015 is produced, until now, last change of air on the occasion of his departure to Turkish Fenerbahçe . As soon as he arrives, he falls into the Champions League Q3 against Shakthar but ends up playing nine European League, 28 League and six Turkish Cup games, scoring two goals. Numbers similar to those of this last campaign, in which also it was at the gates of the group phase of the Champions, although it signed two goals in the Europa League.
As for his international career, Kjaer is the captain of the Danish national team, with whom he has participated regularly since 2009. He participated in the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa and the Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine as well as in the qualifying stages of Brazil 2014 and France 2016 tournament in Denmark failed plaza.